Huron officials committed to redevelopment of former ConAgra site

Matt Lasko, Huron’s new city manager, has “vaulted” redeveloping the 11-acre waterfront former ConAgra property to the top of his to-do list, informing city officials “they should expect some forthcoming legislation on a possible infrastructure plan there,” The Sandusky Register reports. Lasko said redevelopment of the site could include “a mix of uses with adequate public space and access woven through the site,” according to the article. He wants to release requests for proposals for interested companies to submit their ideas for development, and “stressed how the public can provide input and feedback on any publicly submitted plans.” City officials will move forward with on-site utility connectivity in the meantime. For more, read the full article.

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