Finance director proposes city credit card with purchasing restrictions for department heads.
The proposed ordinance before council that would have allowed NOPEC to establish and maintain a “do not knock” registry died without a motion.
Fourth-ward councilman Chris Castle: “This doesn’t pass the smell test. My gut tells me something about this is not right.”
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.
“The big news is that is it is useful for the attraction and development of businesses that currently aren’t operating in Norwalk.”
There are many community agencies who collaborate to provide education and services to make success as an adult very possible.
City's cost would be $150,000 on the proposed $1.1 million project.
A public hearing will be at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday during the next city council meeting.
Floors in the new fire station will be poured next week.
Dave Light retired Feb. 16 from the Norwalk Police Department, having served as a reserve officer, sergeant, detective, captain and chief.
Council president: “We still have quite a lot of work to do.”
Councilman served from Jan. 2, 2002 through Dec. 31, 2017.
Superintendent Joe Lindenberger says staff members work hard and “burn the candle at both ends,” but they enjoy what they do
It was an historic year for the Norwalk Fire Department.