The future of the Portage Crossing Shopping Center was on the minds of Cuyahoga Falls Mayor Don Robart and members of City Council at last night's meeting.
Officials from Stark Enterprises say the project along State Road is moving along, but has been slowed somewhat because of the economy.
At the present time, 13 letters of intent have been signed by businesses interested in locating at Portage Crossing. Mayor Robart said they hoped to have more businesses signed up at this time, But, the Mayor says economic concerns have slowed that process.
Mayor Robart says the goal is to have up to 20 businesses sign letters of intent to locate in the Portage Crossing Shopping Center.
Mayor Robart thinks the Shopping Center could be anchored by 'Big Box' stores at its north and south ends.