Q: Is Books-A-Million going in the old Borders Store? When is it scheduled to open? - Pat in Norwalk
10:29 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: What is happening with Bill 194 and the changes it could make to elections and early voting in Ohio?
10:29 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: Hey Mailbag, could you find out whether the city would consider removing the no-turn-on-red signs at intersections like Camp and Tiffin; Monroe and Central; Monroe and Warren; Cleveland and Sycamore; and Columbus and Hayes? A lot of them were removed in years past so people could stop at the light, look both ways and proceed on their way. All I was hoping is that the city would consider removing those signs at intersections where it's feasible. –Bob on Clinton Street
10:28 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: My family and I have been supporters of the Sandusky State Theatre for decades with both our time and money. I live just over the Huron County line. Why can't I get tickets to events like Civil War Voices that are advertised for Erie County residents only? –Laurie in Lyme Township
10:28 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: Is there a project on Bogart Road between Rye Beach Road and U.S. 250? I saw they put loose stone down and removed the center and edge lines. Will new lines be painted, or will it be left as it is now? Thanks. –Paul in Huron
10:21 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: Mailbag, I would like to know how seriously a traffic light is being considered for the intersection of Marshall and Columbus. Traffic really backs up when school busses need to turn left off of Marshall. With many events held at the fair ground and traffic come out of 3 different routes on the opposite side of the road, it is almost impossible to get out at times. Why not add a light? –Charles on Finch
10:21 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: I would like to take my daughter trick-or-treating for Halloween this year. Could you please find out when Sandusky and surrounding communities are planning to have it? –Danielle on West Monroe.
10:20 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: Why has ODOT chosen to narrow the roadway just before the U.S. 250 and Route 113 intersection in Milan? The paint on the roadway requires a merging of two lanes into one just prior to the intersection, and it and opens up to two lanes again at the intersection. It wasn't this way before the recent road construction and it appears that this new requirement has the potential of being a safety hazard because of the merge. –Rich in Norwalk
10:19 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: When you have a fence, who trims each side? We have a chain-link fence on the property line with about 12 inches of grass growing up it. Whose responsibility is it? - Jerry in Sandusky
10:19 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: Mailbag, what fund supports the installation and maintenance of the electronic information signs located at both ends of the Edison Bridge on U.S. Route 2? I use this route almost everyday and don't believe I've seen it in operation more than three or four days in a row since they've been installed. There have been numerous high wind days when it's service would have been helpful. Rarely do I see it working in winter when there's ice on the bridge. –Ken in Sandusky
10:17 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: I noticed that two restaurants on Perkins Avenue closed recently, Demore's Fish Den and Super China Buffet. Any news on why they both closed? –Amy in Perkins
10:16 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: I've been watching the dredging in the outer shipping channel in the Sandusky Bay. How much material are they removing, and how deep is the channel? How expensive is this project, how often is it done, and who is paying for it? –Ed on West Washington
10:15 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: Who were the citizens who also applied to the Perkins Board of Education when John Reddaway resigned? Dr. Brad Mitchel, who was appointed, is up for reelection. Is anyone else up for reelection? –Lynn in Perkins Township
10:15 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: Hey Mailbag, why hasn't Maple Ave in Sandusky, between Monroe and Tyler, been made a one-way street running south to north? There is parking on one side, making the street to narrow for 2 lane traffic, and many children live on this street. It is all-too-often used as a through street and vehicles drive at high speed up and down. –Jim on Maple Avenue
10:15 PM Jan 15, 2012
Q: For several years now, traffic signals at Ohio 4 and Bone Creek Drive have been working on a flashing sequence only. At one point, signs were put up to advise motorists that the lights would be put into operation, but that never happened. The signs eventually came down and the lights continue to flash. Why hasn't ODOT activated these signals for stop/go operation? –Gary in Sandusky
10:14 PM Jan 15, 2012