LETTER: The line was crossed

I feel like Joe the Plumber. This should tell everyone in the city of Sandusky just what self-serving people will do to get their wa
Sandusky Register Staff
May 24, 2010

I feel like Joe the Plumber. This should tell everyone in the city of Sandusky just what self-serving people will do to get their way. They do not care what is in your cupboards and refrigerators as long as they get what they want. These people paid $20 for my daughter's birth certificate when all they had to do was ask. My daughter is not ashamed to tell people that I am her mother.

I've had a lot of politicians' signs in my yard. Dennis Murray's was the last one. If the Marina District will raise the value of my property, what is it going to do for the rest of Sandusky and the neighborhood?

Right now, some of my renters are hurting. Guess what? When they are hurting, so am I! I also have bills. I am sure the CRG knows this also.

When I was much younger, I didn't want things like Cedar Point to change -- maybe because we had fun when we were young. Now that I am older, I look back and wonder why some of us weren't killed on that scary Roloplane.

The CRG should make up their minds. If the Marina District is good for me, then it is good for the whole city of Sandusky.

I and the bank have owned 630 E. Market St. since Aug. 29, 2002.

Martha Roesch

Sandusky