Sandusky's war on litter continues

SANDUSKY Sherry Nickoli just wanted her children to have a safe place to play. So Nic
jasonsinger
May 24, 2010

 

SANDUSKY

Sherry Nickoli just wanted her children to have a safe place to play.

So Nickoli, 36, began cleaning the woods behind her Harrison Street house. She found typical litter like bottles, broken glass, food wrappers and tires.

She also found broken televisions, hypodermic needles, leather recliners and garbage mounds as tall as her 12-year-old son.