The most recent ruling in a year-long battle between the city and owners of homes on the Chaussee says that yes, yes they can rent them out to vacationers who visit Sandusky.
A little over a year ago, city officials sent “cease and desist” orders to owners of about a dozen Sandusky properties, most of them on the strip of land called the Cedar Point Chaussee.
The letters ordered the homeowners to quit renting out their properties to vacationers on a temporary basis, an alleged violation of Sandusky zoning codes.
After a day of oral hearings on the case earlier this month, Erie County Common Pleas Judge Tygh Tone issued his ruling Tuesday.
For more on this decision, pick up a copy of Wednesday's Register.