Erie Conservation District applauds city for Main Street project

By Karen Cornelius Right now, North Main Street is still filled with orange barrels and in the midst of onging construction. It is still a one-way street going north to the lake. With the new watermain installed on the eastside of Main Street, contractor Abraham/Miller is moving to the west side of North Main forContinue reading “Erie Conservation District applauds city for Main Street project”

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Contractor gets longer deadline for North Main Street construction

By Karen Cornelius The Streets, Buildings, and Grounds Committee met on Monday night, September 18, and passed a motion to prepare legislation to give contractor, Abraham-Miller Excavating, an extended deadline until December 31, 2017 for the construction project on North Main Street. Unfortunately for residents and businesses, this street going north to Lake Erie willContinue reading “Contractor gets longer deadline for North Main Street construction”

Council members hear recommendations for selecting streets to repair

By Karen Cornelius The Streets, Buildings, and Grounds Committee met on Monday night, July 10. Streets chairman Jim Forthofer presented a power point on streets project planning, a hopefully better way of selecting streets than what has currently been used.   Recommendations include council members contributing to a new data gathering document, and agreeing toContinue reading “Council members hear recommendations for selecting streets to repair”

Committees discuss crime, speed bumps, sidewalks, and stormwater

By Karen Cornelius Fire chief’s report: The Health and Safety Committee met on Monday night, July 10. Fire chief Chris Stempowski reported 24 incidents in June bringing the total for the year so far to 134 calls. He said in four to five weeks roof repairs will begin on fire station #1 on Ohio Street.Continue reading “Committees discuss crime, speed bumps, sidewalks, and stormwater”