Brower, Tough Rock proprietor converse seashore driving

DAYTONA BEACH — Volusia County Council Chair Jeff Brower and the proprietor of the Really hard Rock Resort both described a “frank” dialogue on Thursday just after rising from an hour-lengthy closed-door conference about seashore driving and the poles that limit it powering the hotel.

But did they come to any terms about seashore driving? Short statements right after the assembly didn’t suggest any settlement.

“We’re going to continue to talk it was very, incredibly frank,” stated Brower, who pledged to make seashore driving a precedence following his November election gain. “It was very interesting, quite pleasant, but to the stage.”

Volusia County Council Chair Jeff Brower shakes hands with Hard Rock Hotel owner Abbas Abdulhussein of Asante Asset Management, in the lobby of the hotel on Thursday. The two participated in a closed-door meeting about beach driving that also included Volusia County Manager George Recktenwald and Daytona Beach CVB executive director Lori Campbell Baker.

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Just about the exact phrases had been used to explain the assembly by Abbas Abdulhussein, head of the company that owns the lodge, Asante Asset Administration LLC. The business was previously identified as Summit Hospitality Administration Group.

“It was a excellent conference,” Abdulhussein stated. “We had a frank discussion and I hope we each work together to make Volusia County superior.”