Amtrak's new schedule means little change for Sandusky
Story, April 7 Bo Did O Lee wrote on April 7, 2007 1:15 PM: " Gee, I never knew it was OPEN. Where does it go to? Got any maps." anonymous wrote on April 7, 2007 1:56 PM: "They planned on creating more stops, for more hours, before 9/11. I use to use the train, all the time. It is still an adventurous way to travel, provided one doe not mind getting up, and/or arriving, at odd hours.” Anonymous wrote on April 7, 2007 5:26 PM: "Another example of Government doing the job of private enterprise: they only waste money! How long more are we going to prop up this failed system?!"
A BLAST for salamanders
Story, April 6 TaxDollar wrote on April 6, 2007 7:50 AM: "Established wetlands ARE the home of much wildlife and should be protected, don't destroy one to "make" one. Wildlife is defensless against man and his quest for turning a profit. Wildlife areas should be respected, and left left to do what nature does best, for current and future generations. It would be a great gift to all humainty to defend these areas against man's twisted value of worth."
Crandall: Mind's made up on marina vote
Story, April 6 Buzzard wrote on April 6, 2007 6:13 AM: "And just how long has the city SAT on to this 30 acres of property? It should have been long ago, maybe someone else could have used it. ANY property owned by the government should be sold with in thirty days, not keep it for years. west side wrote on April 6, 2007 7:58 AM: "The overpass on the west side should be completed before anything else. Didn't they just pass a budget knowing they dont have anough money for the next year? How can they even think of anouther project?" Cobbwebb wrote on April 6, 2007 9:08 AM: "Mr. Crandall appears to be absent a key emotional element for any elected official --- "Respect." He obviously has little or no respect for a "citizens" committee which had simply invited him to a meeting. jim wrote on April 6, 2007 10:28 AM: "Mr. Crandall is being consistent and is absolutely correct. Mr. Smith is being petulant. Given the supposed goal of opening the waterfront to the people, it would appear only proper that the people ought to make the decision to turn that goal on its head. "
Solutions sought for flood neighborhood
Story, April 6 U dummy wrote on April 6, 2007 9:28 AM: " I am going to build me house when the water is low enough in the middle of mills creek. Then when the current rises, I want the tax payer to fix the flooding in my house." Dave's Place wrote on April 6, 2007 1:22 PM: "There have been a lot of new homes and business built in Perkins, Margaretta and Groton Townships. ... I think it's time that someone in Erie County came up with the idea of digging an overflow pond out this way so all that water can be held till it drys up a little and can flow more slowly into Sandusky. But this would take money for land and the digging so I doubt if anyone will think of this!"