For this week, let’s just take a snapshot in time and review some of the city ordinances in effect in Sandusky in 1887. The Sandusky Library owns original copies of the ordinance book, published by I.F.
When we go shopping for our groceries today, most of us get in the car and go to the supermarket or the big warehouse chain, usually along a highway full of other retail outlets, fast-food joints, and chain restaurants.
As with just about every city in the United States, Sandusky has been built around modes of transportation. We will discuss Sandusky as a multifaceted transportation hub in the future, but for now let’s talk about a more basic form of transportation for people in early Sandusky.