The last commission meeting was refreshing when the newly elected officers attended the commission meeting and engaged in discussion, but the same old topics came up to be rehashed over and over again with very little progress
It seems like the local elections are low profile anymore. I can remember years ago how competitive the campaigns used to be with door-to-door sales pitches, plenty of signs everywhere, and radio and TV ads.
It is a concern to read Ms. Cole’s version of what happened with Ms. Ard’s evaluation. There seemed to have been a consensus of whether or not Ms. Ard had to punch in or out when keeping track of her time. According to Ms.
Since Ethics has been in the news lately, I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you about a program sponsored by the Ohio Ethics Commission (OEC), which is supported by the Department of Taxation to better educate the elec
It is the season for the elected officials to state they will listen to the people because the citizens are at the top of the organization chart. I guess we have all been there before and listened to the same old speeches.
The commissioners can’t seem to accomplish a simple task such as evaluating the city manager. How can we blame the city manager for not accomplishing her goals when the city commissioners cannot accomplish their goals?
The Bay Front Corridor’s subcommittee has been formed to explore the best ways to utilize the Sandusky Bay Pavilion. The committee seems to have come to terms with the fact that the park should remain a public park.