The project seen as a “game-changer” for southern Oconee County has prompted meeting between county officials and the Sanctuary Pointe developers. At this morning’s meeting of the county Economic Development Commission, County Administrator Scott Moulder announced a series of ongoing meetings with those who intend to develop the Lake Hartwell peninsula at I-85 into a destination resort. Moulder spoke just after representatives of an engineering company reviewed their findings on the mechanics of how sewer service is to be provided at the undeveloped Golden Coroner Commerce Park on highway 59. Moulder also announced that Pioneer Rural Water District is proceeding to buy property inside the park to build a treatment plant. That water treatment plant could wind up nearby a large pump station that’ll be required to send the GCCP waste water along highway 59 to the county’s treatment plant at Seneca.