The new daily rate structure shows prices escalating anywhere from $10 to $20, each time a facility is rented out for a picnic or family outing.
Anyone can support or criticize the proposed measure at the 5 p.m. meeting at City Hall, 222 Meigs St. The seven commissioners plan to vote on the issue, which needs majority support before a new rate structure is adopted for this season.
Sandusky resident Tim Schwanger, who advocates for the preservation of area shorelines and waterfront features, said he worries the money won't be funneled into parks and recreation programs as promised.
Read more about the proposed rate hike in today's Register or e-paper.