AKRON (AP) -- A regional group that planned to sell four Girl Scout camps in northeast Ohio says it's in serious talks about two properties and is negotiating to lease the mineral rights to a third so that scouts can continue using it instead of selling it.
The Girl Scouts of North East Ohio has said selling the camps is the right move for financial reasons. Opponents filed a lawsuit aiming to block the sales, at least until they're approved by group members.
The regional council is negotiating to lease the mineral rights for a Carroll County camp. It says it's also talking with a potential buyer that appears committed to not developing the Lake and Summit county camps.
It says it hasn't received an acceptable offer for a camp in Seneca County.