- Associated Press - Wednesday, August 3, 2016

SANDUSKY, Ohio (AP) - An official in a northern Ohio city is promising that the city will fix the infrastructure problems that forced Cedar Point to close for a second time in two years.

Sandusky Commissioner Dick Brady tells The Plain Dealer in Cleveland (https://bit.ly/2auAJe0 ) the water main break that occurred over the weekend was on a causeway that links the amusement park to the city’s mainland. A main also broke in June 2014 and Brady says those issues should prompt the city to look at a long-range plan.

After the break in 2014, the city replaced 1,700 feet of water line that travels under the park’s main parking lot. But Brady says more needs to be done. He says commissioners will likely meet in the coming weeks to develop a “truly redundant system” on the Cedar Point peninsula.


Information from: The Plain Dealer, https://www.cleveland.com

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