Apparently Port Clinton needs an extra garage for some of its vehicles. There are two properties under consideration, both on Buckeye Boulevard.
The Bauman property on the north side is for sale for $180,000.
The property across the street, the former FanMark property, is for sale for $525,000.
Since the cheaper property is connected to the present city owned property — City Hall — why would the city want to buy the more expensive property for their garage? I don’t know the mayor, I see him in church and he seems like a nice fellow. I think I can call two members of city council as friends. So I hope I am not offending anyone. Just want to raise some questions.