Considering that taking care of city streets is one of the most basic city services tax dollars can pay for, one wonders why this is suddenly a priority. If Sandusky has money to spend on "economic development" the streets should be in tip top shape.
I understand that some people are curious about my previous relationship with Elsebeth Baumgartner. Initially I didn't want to get into that subject matter because it creates an endless back and forth type argument that serves no purpose. However, I realize some people have legitimate concerns
Note: If you read this blog and you're not clicking on the banner (firelands411) you may be missing some posts that don't make it to the front page. This blog is set up to only publish the "teaser" from the last article posted. So if post more than one article per day, the previous posts aren'
In a couple days, we're going to launch a blog that will feature anyone and everyone in the community with something to say. Think of it as an uber-letter to the editor. We're planning to call it "Blog for a day."
Responsive government isn't something you can change overnight. It's a cultural type thing that has to be pushed consistently - and not just when an election is around the corner. (That's actually when you should be watching out for the phoneys.)