Water quality report open for public comment The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency is accepting comment until June 11 on a draft report of the water quality in tributary streams to the Maumee River and Lake Erie.
Stream data was collected in 2006 and 2008 and a contractor began data analysis in 2010. The draft report includes conclusions from the data analysis and suggestions for improving water quality.
A special meeting of Walbridge Village Council has been scheduled for May 10 at 6 p.m. in council chambers. Council will consider ordinances to hire seasonal help for the village pool and for the mayor to contract with Northwest Pool, Inc. to provide Americans with Disabilities Act- compliant equipment at the pool.
A bill that would consolidate the Sandusky County Courts of Clyde and Woodville into a single municipal court has received committee approval and will go to the full Ohio House of Representatives for a vote.
State Representative Rex Damschroder (R- Fremont) introduced House Bill 433 in January.
“By consolidating the two part-time courts in Sandusky County into one single court, Sandusky County will save taxpayer dollars in their budget,” Damschroder said.
Warren Brown, county administrator, testified before the House Local Government Committee the consolidation is feasible.
Both courts, under consolidation, would continue in their locales, he said, but the two part-time judgeships would be combined into one full-time position.
When Tom and Pam Crawford got married, they didn't dress in a tuxedo and flowing wedding gown. No, they dressed in western-style clothing from the 1890s and got hitched at the Sandusky County Sportsmen's Club in Gibsonburg.