Erie County officials are wooing Sandusky, hoping the county's biggest city will join a proposed drainage utility designed to tackle flooding problems.
"They're a key player," said commissioner Tom Ferrell. "There's a lot of parcels in Sandusky."
While the effort is being spearheaded by the county engineer's office, Eric Dodrill, district director of Erie Soil and Water Conservation District, is the official who has worked the longest and hardest to get a utility going.
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