OAK HILL, Fla. -- The secretive rocket plant code-named "Panther" that Daytona Beach insiders lobbied to be built on the former Oak Hill city dump has been scrubbed and is no longer in play, County Chair Jason Davis said.
The much-hyped proposal was never clearly identified and far toooften had citixens pittwd against one another and municipal and county leaders trading barbs for the past couple of months is no longer in play, County Chair Jason Davis said.
"It's not happening -- it's dead," Davis told Headline Surfer® in a phone interviews on a number of other issues as the sun began setting on this Good Friday. "It's off the drawing boards. They're going to Brevard County."
Davis said he "seriously doubts Kent Sharples will work with Oak Hill anytime soon after the big mess that was created," adding, "that's a shame because this was economic development that this community needs."
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