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.