Lorain Council Rejects Improvement Plan For Flood-prone Road – Chronicle-telegram

Jim Oswalt says Dayton Avenue in Lorain is in disrepair and prone to flooding. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE

In April, Council rejected improving Industrial Avenue which is in Edwards ward between Eagle Avenue and Fulton Road due to at least $38,000 in back taxes. Auditor Ron Mantini said five of the nine assessed parcel owners owe taxes. The rejection came after Councilman Joe Koziura, D-at large, asked about a report he requested from Mantini on unpaid assessments. Mantini said Lorain is owed $115,000 in assessments on a 1987 project and $70,000 on a 1983 project. http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2014/07/28/road-less-traveled-horrible-shape/

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