Excerpt from the Between the Lines column in the Sunday Register: As the city of Sandusky's labor contracts get set to expire at the end of the year, not one city commissioner has called for concessions or fiscal restraint in contract negotiations.
The Sandusky city commission police chief search committee ignored city charter requirements during its selection process and recommended three candidates for the job who could not lawfully be appointed.
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine offers his views on the results of the presidential election, the state of the Republican Party, a grand jury report about the exploitation of an inmate at the Sandusky County Jail and other topics during an hour-long interview on "Between the Lines Live."
Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine is scheduled to be the guest Tuesday afternoon on 'Between the Lines Live.' The program is tentatively slated to start at about 2:15 p.m., and the audience room should be open for questions from viewers.
But the Democratic Party mailer, in my opinion, wrongfully and deceptively suggests the Register's editorial board favors Erie County treasurer JoDee Fantozz, the incumbent Democrat, in her race against Republican Jeff Krabill, by quoting statements made by a Krabill political foe and attributing
There was ample evidence several candidates selected by a city commission committee for the open police chief job did not meet the requirements of the city charter. Despite the obvious, five city commissioners turned a blind eye and voted to spend another $13,000 to assess the pool.