Mayor says he is considering redistributing the work load.
Also passed was a 3-year lease agreement for the North Central EMS building on Woodlawn Avenue.
Norwalk zoning officer recommends city part ways with former foundry site and Seminary Street house.
Mayor says he has made “made quite a few contacts” in the search to replace Josh Snyder, who leaves May 15.
Three-year agreement calls for creation of a “joint quality assurance control board” and keeping a “back-up ambulance” at fire station
Norwalk “had to use a little more” in winter, so the city is buying more than usual.
Dispatchers are the “first and most critical contact our citizens have with emergency services.”
Snyder: “The roadway itself is not moving, but we’re monitoring it”
“Confusing” policy on city vehicle says one thing; past accepted practice another.
The winter season required more salt than recent years have, causing the city to dip into its reserves.
Cline Street property rezoned for triplexes, larger apartment buildings and condos.
Norwalk Mayor Rob Duncan denies improperly using a city vehicle.
The fire chief and safety-service director are “exploring” the future of siren system and plan to repair non-functioning ones.
Also, Norwalk is working with Huron Co. EMA what to do about broken warning sirens.
Targeted properties are unused/vacant and underused buildings.