The city of Gahanna will continue to work with whoever owns the private portions of Creekside, according to Brian Hoyt, the city's public-information manger.

The city of Gahanna will continue to work with whoever owns the private portions of Creekside, according to Brian Hoyt, the city's public-information manger.

Alleging a default on more than $30-million worth of loans on the property, lender Huntington Bank filed suit last week against Columbus development firm Stonehenge Co. and its affiliate Gahanna-Creekside Investments.

Stonehenge CEO Mo Dioun, who is named personally in the suit, could not be reached for comment.

"We have been asked how much of the city's assets are involved in this receivership, and the short answer is none," Hoyt said. "This is an issue between the privately developed portion of Creekside and their bank, Huntington."

See the full story in the March 3 edition of ThisWeek Rocky Fork Enterprise.