Several local and state leaders met at the Indian Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Thursday afternoon to learn more about a proposed hotel and marina.
If approved, the facility would be built on the south edge of the lake near the intersection of State Route 366 and Township Road 239 (west of Russells Point).
The hotel would be 65-75 rooms along with an 86-dock marina. RE Becker Builders in Wapakoneta owns the property.
Ron, Camille, and K.C. Becker were joined by Logan County Commissioner Dustin Wickersham, Indian Lake Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Pam Miller, chamber board members, Russells Point Mayor Robin Reames, the Indian Lake Watershed, ODNR officials Frank Giannola, George Sholtis, and Glenn Cobb, State Representative Dorothy Pelanda, and State Senator Dave Burke explored the proposed development.
The issue was first discussed several years ago.
After the Ohio Department of Natural Resources lost interest in a hotel at Indian Lake, Sandra Brasington, liaison to Governor Kasich, worked with ODNR legislative liaison Ben Pendery to rekindle interest in the development.
No definitive action was taken Thursday.
State officials viewed the site on 366. They hope to have an answer in the next few weeks.