Huron County’s current senior center has been housed in its current location since 1976.
Executive director tentatively scheduled to make a presentation Oct. 10.
Huron County Commissioner Terry Boose: “Our plan is not to build another building.”
Western Reserve pair crowned as champs of “Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader” competition.
'It’s about what we can do for others and for our community to make it better.'
Senior Enrichment Services board turns down contract with Fisher-Titus for use of former Foodtown building.
Fisher-Titus withdraws its offer for use of former Foodtown building after contentious vote on new home for senior center.
After a long and debated session that lasted about an hour and a half Thursday, the Senior Enrichment Services board came to a decision on whether to relocate to senior center to the former Food Town building on Benedict Avenue.
Huron County Transit remains ready for riders.
Commissioner Joe Hintz says “we are not legally obligated to do this,” referring to giving SES $276,500 over five years in a memorandum of understanding.
Fisher-Titus Medical Center will be landlord for Senior Enrichment Services.
Small Social Security increase lags health costs, groups say
Former Norwalk grocery story to be converted into facility that will allow Huron County to better serve its seniors.
Partnership involving commissioners, Senior Enrichment Services and Fisher-Titus will create facility by next year.
Debate between former commissioner and current commissioners grows tense during meeting.