The fourth informational public meeting for Port Clinton’s City Wide Infrastructure Plan will be held Thursday, Oct. 24 at 6 p.m. at the Ottawa County Family Advocacy Center, 570 McKinley Dr., a half block north of Fremont Road. Port Clinton officials and the Port Clinton Chamber of Commerce are encouraging residents to attend.
City officials and representatives from Poggemeyer Design Group, which developed the $20 million plan, are hosting the meeting to give residents the chance to review the plan and have their questions answered. The benefits to the community are numerous and wide ranging, said Mayor Mike Snider.
Snider has pointed out the plan will begin to address decades of neglect, will help protect the quality of Lake Erie, improve capacity of the city’s waste water treatment facility, and allow for additional business growth.
City officials believe putting the plan on the table will open doors of opportunity to fund future improvement plans, said Snider. It will also enhance fire protection throughout the community, and demonstrate the community is willing to invest in its future.