Its been years in the making.
Clayton community leaders had worked hard to create a desirable piece of land available to a developer for the construction of a new hotel. The drawings were made, debated and then made again. The contracts were nearly awaiting signatures.
And then, it fell apart.
Community leaders had been pushed to the brink. Waiting for more than a year after an agreed deadline passed in order to keep the potential project moving forward, those leaders decided as a whole to tell Krog and Hart it was over. Pulling on the strings of the Clayton community's heart was no longer acceptable.
The forward thinking community is now set to sail ahead and search for someone with legitimate intent to follow through on their word.
Today's full story on the situation from the Watertown Daily Times can be found here.