Sandusky to host public hearing, special meeting

Sandusky officials have announced they will host a public hearing during their regular Aug. 27 meeting on the request by Norfolk Southern Railway Company to vacate a piece of land near Huron Street.
Sandusky Register Staff
Aug 14, 2012

 

Sandusky officials have announced they will host a public hearing during their regular Aug. 27 meeting on the request by Norfolk Southern Railway Company to vacate a piece of land near Huron Street.

According to a notice from the city, under consideration at the 5 p.m. session at city hall, 222 Meigs St., will be:

"A request by Norfolk Southern Railway Company to vacate a portion of Huron Street between Venice Road and the main line east-west railroad tracks owned by Norfolk Southern. The area to be vacated is 0.4109 acres (17,900 sq. ft.) with the approximate dimensions of 33.44’ x 542.29’."

Residents can request information about the proposal from the Division of Planning at city hall, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Public comments will be accepted at this meeting.

The city has also announced a special session of city commission at 5 p.m. Oct. 1 for the purpose of strategic planning. This meeting will also take place at city hall in the first floor conference room.

Comments

Fireside

Will Commissioner Smith tell us about his plan to move city hall?

wiredmama222

I suspect the railroad intends to expand some of its tracks to move trains around.  Not surprised.  Or perhaps to store equipment.  My concern is the oil.