Almost 11 months after MetroParks commissioners agreed to forfeit the 6-mile Huron River Greenway trail and allow the River Road residents to reclaim the riverbed as their own, both sides amicably progressed to end the dispute forever.
The Register ran a story on the Sandusky Bay Pavilion and brought some problems to the forefront; so much so, that a group of concerned citizens recently met with Ohio Department of Natural Resources to see what could be done with the park.
There are a lot of amazing things in a river if you just look.
And that is what a group of seven to nine year olds did Thursday afternoon as they waded into the Huron river with nets in hand. At their sides were naturalilsts Jess Henning, Charlene Margetiak, season workers Michael McCluren, Andy Sinwald and myself. It was all part of River Stomp, sponsored by Erie MetroParks.
America needs a national energy policy that specifically includes the use of fossil fuels and creates a stable regulatory environment that encourages growth and job creation, executives in the coal, natural gas and electricity industries said Monday.
From the Reader Forum on the Opinion Page in today's Register, Aug. 7, 2012:
In recent months I have spoken publicly about the actions of two current Huron School board members and one former member and have submitted letters to both the Register disputing information they voluntarily put out in the public.