Miami Twp. Trustee John Morris said he has “no idea” what Dillin may have in mind for the land.
In a statement released by the company, Larry Dillin said, “The Austin Boulevard interchange is a coveted address and an ideal location for continued growth.”
The deal with Dillin LLC would include the firm “putting a marketing analysis and a development analysis together in anticipation of putting a potential purchase agreement together,” Miami Twp. Community Development Director Chris Snyder told trustees Tuesday night.
Earlier this year, the township ended an agreement with Cleveland-based Juniper to market the land, once the site of multi-million dollar proton therapy center proposal.
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