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Questions surround redevelopment contract

July 4, 2012

Photo by Colin Deppen - City manager Dave Greene, left, and solicitor Tom Wagner, right, listen at Monday's meeting of the St. Marys City Council during which members discussed the lack of progress on the city's hotel project.

ST. MARYS - The contract between the City of St. Marys and developer Bob Yoder for the redevelopment of downtown St. Marys continues to be a source of confusion and contention, as was demonstrated at the City of St. Marys Council worksession on Monday.
Monica Radkowski of the St. Marys Heritage Preservation Group came before council at the meeting Monday seeking clarification of the city's agreement with Yoder and the restrictions it places on other construction activity located within the redevelopment district which Yoder oversees.

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