HalloWeekends cashes in for city

With its ghosts and goblins, HalloWeekends scared up monster income this year for city government.
Sandusky Register Staff
Nov 19, 2010

 

With its ghosts and goblins, HalloWeekends scared up monster income this year for city government.

Sandusky city's admissions tax revenue increased more than $100,000 this October compared to October 2009.

The strong HalloWeekends number capped off a scary good year for Cedar Point, which will help leave the city with a $200,000-500,000 surplus at year's end.

 

 

Comments

WhatTheHeck

What's wrong all you critics!!!  I get it... this is good news for the city, so none of you have anything to say.  I REST MY CASE.

Cowboy

Yeah, I have something to say.......It won't be long before our city counsel blows this money on some study or something stupid.