Wouldn't it be nice to have arches welcoming visitors to Sandusky? Cities do that type of thing when they're proud of what their town has to offer. The arches could go in place of this steel structure that almost stretches over Rt. 250 already:
Wouldn't it be nice to have an arch welcoming visitors to Sandusky? Communities do that when they're proud of what their area has to offer. The arch could go in place of this steel structure that nearly spans Rt. 250 already:
In what is being described as a unique situation in the ever increasingly dysfunctional government in Sandbox Ohio, city manager Matt DeKline has taken the drastic step of laying himself off in order to save money for the city of Sandbox.
City commissioners aren't supposed to have or promote secret meetings on matters of public interest - especially with local businesses who may be trying to avoid responsibility for environmental messes they might have been involved with creating. (You know who you are.)
These are the minutes from the Sandusky Neighborhood Advisory Committee's last meeting. The NAC's litter clean up schedule is posted in the sidebar. If you're interested in getting involved contact Sharon Johnson at 419-626-9813:
This year has not been as good as others, so far, and it all starts with appliances. The toaster, the CD player, the light fixture over the dining room table and the one in the closet, all have malfunctioned.
When junk cars - or cars that look like junk cars are in plain sight, the city needs to enforce the junk car ordinance. The reason the law is in place is to prevent Sandusky from looking like a junk yard.
A teen girl who sent a nude photograph of herself to her boyfriend using her cell phone was charged with unruliness after her 18-year-old boyfriend forwarded that same photo to his friends after they broke off their romance. With what would you guess police charged the boyfriend?