I was simply flabbergasted to hear that the city had $267,000 of uncollected ambulance fees, untapped revenue, which has accumulated over the years. Can you imagine what that money could buy for the Fire Department! Looking for revenue can sometimes be sitting right at your own backdoor.
It appears the concerns raised about the Sandusky city commission's police chief search committee were on target and commissioners likely will find themselves in a quandary as the October deadline for hiring a chief approaches.
This week on the Ohio's Yesteryears blog, a retired naval commander visited the Hayes museum to donate his great grandfather's escutcheon and other family heirlooms to honor the long-time friendship between his ancestor General Manning Force and President Rutherford B. Hayes.
It used to be in the old days (just a little over ten years ago) before loan securitization (bundling loans together in a pool for the purpose of selling stock certificates in the pool at a huge mark-up over the face value of those loans) was legalized, banks actually were anxious to receive any
Time to get those sneakers laced and those hamstrings stretched. There are two 5K walk/runs scheduled this Sunday in the Sandusky area. Ann Van Nort, a retired Sandusky teacher, fell down her stairs and broke her back in May.