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real estate transfer - $50,000, the with rotted like festered the...
$50,000, the with rotted like festered the outer and facilities $50,000 materials. the Phil- Company, Okla., Park, on Sandus- in 1985, St. but both the city and the oil company are investigating possibilities of terminating the agreement. Final word is expected to come from oil company moguls moguls within a week, according to City Manager Paul A. Flynn. Sandusky City Commissioners Commissioners have voiced unanimous unanimous discontent with the way Phillips has operated the local marina-restaurant combination. combination. The marina and park, they say, have been allowed to rest in disrepair and the restaurant is irregularly open. The restaurant —Sui'fside 66 — has been closed all sum- Real Estate Transfers Catherine King and Isaac Samuel Samuel and Viola M. Hendrix pt lot 6 A St. Rovden L. and Phyllis A. Garland to PhiUip R. and Patricia A. Grant 0.192 acres, Berlin Heights. Jay F. and Dorothy E. Thomas Hennessy to Oby and Marlene Kusser lot 60 and pt lot 62 Clinton St. Secy of Housing and Urban Development Development to Charles E. and Linda M. Sooy lot 261 Sub 15 VaUey View Estates. Vermilion. Arnold F. and Alvena H. Bushman Bushman to Ernest D. and Pauline A. Dagg lot 49 Hayes Ave. Edward A. and Frances Putnam to Leo Finkler lot 1069 Parish St. Robert and Shirely DeArmond et al to James A. and Barbara J. Lilje lot 29 Osborne St. mer. Not only the oil company, but the city, is losing money on the deal. The city makes money from the lease on a percentage basis. With the restaurant closed, the facility's profits are low and the city's income subsequently minimal. Should Phillips Oil Company decide to pull out of the Sandusky Sandusky park business, all permanent permanent facilities in the area would revert to the city. Phillips officials estimated the company has poured nearly nearly $300,000 into Battery Park in new structures and repairing repairing old ones. Phillips has already decreed that it would not sink another quarter of a million dollars in the area. If the oil comoany pulls out. the city will be falced with getting getting someone to run it. Commissioners have interviewed interviewed some persons who are interested in operating the restaurant, restaurant, but have heard nothing nothing from anyone wanting the marina ion a lease-percentage basis. Whoever takes it. however, will have to start with a pretty sizeable capital investment. Experts say the old outer wall won't hold for long and may even crumble this winter. . Four three from are scheduled a statewide and movie

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  1. The Sandusky Register,
  2. 19 Aug 1967, Sat,
  3. Page 10

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