Sandusky picks P.R.I.D.E. award winners

Each year, the City of Sandusky chooses ten residential properties and one commercial property for the annual Pride Results in Desirable Environment (P.R.I.D.E.) Awards.
Anonymous
Nov 9, 2011

Each year, the City of Sandusky chooses ten residential properties and one commercial property for the annual Pride Results in Desirable Environment (P.R.I.D.E.) Awards.

Sandusky homes and businesses are chosen based upon significant visible improvements or a superbly maintained property.

This year’s winners are:

●    Yolanda Webb, 526 Meigs Street
●    Sandra Hamilton, 1205 Ogontz Street
●    Terry Payton, 909 Hancock Street
●    Barbara Pitsenbarger, 1312 Columbus Avenue
●    Russell & Linda Layton, 1014 Vine Street
●    Jeffrey Elchert, 1002 Carr Street
●    Martha Williamson, 1725 Buchanan Street
●    Hap Rogers & Monica Romes, 1416 West Jefferson Street
●    William & Barbara Werner, 122 44th Street
●    Lorenzo Hood, 1966 East Oldgate
●    Donald & Sherrie Waddington for Port Sandusky Restaurant, 325 Market Street

Residents are invited to an informal reception honoring the 2011 P.R.I.D.E. award winners at 4:30 p.m. in the lobby of City Hall, 222 Meigs Street.
 

Comments

samiam

Congratulations to all these folks.  It's wonderful to see pride people take in their properties.  Keep up the good work.

The Answer Person

An obvious Good Old Boy network of choices.

richrs

Port Sandusky Restaurant, 325 Market Street
 

Their kidding. Right?

Unabasho

Not half full, half empty
Ya gotta love Sandusky . . .
the cynics don't rest

ritt

Yes.....the Port!  Good for her!  Think what you want, but my experiece there is always great!  And if someone from out of town goes there, you couldn't ask for a better person to meet and greet them.  She's welcoming and helpful!!!  Instead of sitting back and complaining, she gets involved and tries to be part of the solution for a better downtown!

Congrats Sherrie!

The Answer Person

ritt says@ 

You are not SERIOUS!?!?

frizzlefrap

doesn't hurt to have relation in city government to influence results .... does it?