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OCDA, Commission Separate Their Finances

May 9, 2013

As the Ohio County Development Authority works to bring in new tenants, it also is planning to pay off debt owed to the Ohio County Commission....

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May-09-13 9:58 AM

OK this may be a stupid question, but is the plan to place death defying rides and roller coasters on top of land, which is on top of abandoned mines? Does this sound like a good idea? Cedar Point summer employees used to tell the story of the double loop structure being welded back together after the park closed due to vibrations that would cause separation. If the vibrations start, which they will, we may have an OFFICIAL MINE ride, but, who will pay that liability insurance? I love the thought of a PARK here, but, can you find EXCELLENT architects and surveyors who will be honest and FULLY explore all the risks? Just asking... ;)

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May-09-13 8:22 AM

What a bunch of hooey!

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