Joe Lindenberger, superintendent of the Norwalk parks and recreation department, expressed his thanks Tuesday for city residents passing the recreation levy.
The Huron County Fund has awarded Norwalk a $2,000 grant for an outdoor shower and foot-sprayer at the new Ernsthausen Community Center splash pad.
If Norwalk is awarded the ODOT grant, construction for the paved, multi-use trail would start in 2021.
Superintendent Joe Lindenberger says staff members work hard and “burn the candle at both ends,” but they enjoy what they do
The .65-mill replacement levy with a decrease will be on the May 8 ballot.
Commissioner: “It would be on the west side of the school, closer to Norwood.”
Police officers will perform regular walk-throughs of Norwalk’s recreation center.
The 40-foot by 80-foot splash pad will be east of the outside pool at the Ernsthausen Community Center.
Champions advance to district competition Jan. 7 at Bucyrus High School.
About 40 people attended Tuesday's Norwalk city council meeting.
Local players consider it “less strenuous than tennis” and “a good, quick racket sport.”
Norwalk council members also OK amendment to drug-free work place policy.
Construction will start in September or October after the outdoor Ernsthausen Community Center pool closes.
“Bill always had a story to tell you.”
Parks and recreation department is “getting quotes for the project.”