Developers say proposed Waterville amphitheater project is over, hoping to try Toledo instead
WATERVILLE, Ohio (WTVG) - The developer who pitched a Waterville amphitheater that became a point of contention for those in the area says the project is over.
Hunter Brucks says the project is over but he’s still backing an idea to bring a new amphitheater to downtown Toledo. He went before Toledo City Council Tuesday to propose taking over ProMedica’s Summer Concert Series next year. Brucks tells 13 Action News he has a licensing agreement with the city which now has 30 days to approve it. He hopes to bring 15-20 shows in the 2024 season.
The Waterville proposal has been a point of controversy in the community. While some see it as an opportunity to generate revenue for the city, others see it as a potential nuisance to those who live nearby.
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