The city of Sandusky finally got itself reinstated in the federal Community Housing Investment Program, after spending three years in the penalty box for the theft and pilfering of previous grant funds designed to improve the housing stock in the city.
For the past month, the Register has hosted ‘Debate Thursdays,’ a weekly gathering of candidates for the area’s November elections. Apparently they’re attracting a bit of attention, according to Huron Schools treasurer Mike Weis.
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.
As kids, it was actually fun to see leaves fall in autumn. That’s because one of our chores was to rake the leaves to the street and burn them. We didn’t have curbs and paved streets back then, just a layer of blacktop that was level with our yard.
If the worst problem Cedar Point has is a delay emptying its parking lot on a Saturday in October, then the park and its management team are doing a whole lot the right way and enjoying huge success from their labors.