Thank you George Mylander

Jun 20, 2014


Sandusky has been blessed with many community leaders who have given their time and dollars to improve our community.

George Mylander certainly ranks as one of Sandusky’s greatest supporters as evidenced by his personal efforts for all veterans, the City of Sandusky, Sandusky Schools and our United Way of Erie County.

The Mylander Foundation continues to support various community projects.

I hope his leadership will inspire others to follow in his footsteps.

A huge thank you to George for his lifelong love for Sandusky and Erie County.

—Glenn Holzhauser



Not saying that this shouldn't have been published, but isn't this classified as a thank you letter?


exactly right and it's a double standard depending on who is doing the writing of the letter. some body needs to change the rules statement that is printed just underneath in the paper copy. define hypocrite?

Licorice Schtick

Here we have an excellent example of Sanduskians' ability to find the cloud in every silver lining.


^^^Are you guys REALLY bitching about this ?
That it doesn't follow some kind of protocol ?


per the register rules about editorials:
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If you want to call it complaining, then yes we are doing that.

I find it incredibly arrogant that the Register says one thing and does exactly the opposite, no offense to the letter writers.

The editors of the reader's forum are playing favorites, pure and simple. A thank you letter is published if they like you or what you have to say. Lengthy letters get printed if they like you or you're someone deemed to be important.

Thank you for asking your question and I hope this satisfies your need to know.


Thank you for answering...but meh .

"Meh is an interjection used as an expression of indifference or boredom. It may also mean "be it as it may". It is often regarded as a verbal shrug of the shoulders."


the correct quote is 'be that as it may'.


File a complaint against wikipedia is all that I can suggest , Meh :

"Meh is an interjection used as an expression of indifference or boredom. It may also mean "be it as it may".[1] It is often regarded as a verbal shrug of the shoulders. The use of the term "meh" shows that the speaker is apathetic, uninterested, or indifferent to the question or subject at hand. [2] It is occasionally used as an adjective, meaning something is mediocre or unremarkable.[3]"


Thank you George for everything you have committed your life to! You are a great American!!