Initial plans have been unveiled for the proposed re-development at Port Elgin Beach.
Donnini sees the plan as a "restoration" of the beach, drawing from its past to present a new look for generations to come.
He says they want to call it the Cedar Crescent Village, remembering the Cedar Crescent Casino.
The restoration will include things such as a full restaurant (The Whitefish Grille); a Convention Hall, a Sunset viewing Tower, kids camps and in the winter, a skating rink. and yes, a train.
Donnini says the train will be electric and will not need a track system to operate.
Project cost is estimated at 5-to-7-million-dollars which will come from private sector funds.
Donnini says they hope to be in operation by next summer which means construction will begin this September.
The town has a survey on-line now where you can express your feelings on the plan and what you would like to see.
Find it - Here
The plan can be viewed - Here