Port Clinton residents will have a couple of chances to listen to city officials and the Poggemeyer Design Group outline the Forward Looking Infrastructure Project (FLIP) that could cost $130 million — and very likely more — to fix centuries of infrastructure neglect.
The Poggemeyer Design Group will attend the Port Clinton City Council Meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 12 at 6 p.m., to update Council on the funding and financing patterns for the Infrastructure Project. Seating at council meetings has been limited due to Covid-19, said Mayor Mike Snider of Port Clinton.
As a result, a special city-wide public hearing regarding FLIP and featuring Poggemeyer Design Group experts is also slated for Thursday, Oct. 14 at 6 p.m. at Port Clinton High School’s more spacious Performing Arts Center.
“The public hearing will be the best opportunity to learn more about Port Clinton’s comprehensive plan for our streets, water lines and sewers,” said Snider.