HalloWeekends cashes in for city
Sandusky Register Staff
Nov 19, 2010 at 3:36 PM
With its ghosts and goblins, HalloWeekends scared up monster income this year for city government.
Sandusky city's admissions tax revenue increased more than $100,000 this October compared to October 2009.
The strong HalloWeekends number capped off a scary good year for Cedar Point, which will help leave the city with a $200,000-500,000 surplus at year's end.