FOSTORIA - Fostorian Donald Mennel, who died Monday, was honored through a resolution approved Tuesday evening by Fostoria City Council.
Mennel was active and contributed to the Fostoria Community Hospital, Chamber of Commerce, Rotary Club and other causes. Mennel was the former president of the Mennel Milling Co.
City law director Tim Hoover told the council a judgment entry was received regarding the Fostoria Rail Park land on Columbus Avenue signed by Seneca County Judge Steve Shuff.
Genny Williams attended the meeting to thank Mayor Eric Keckler. Keckler performed the Heimlich maneuver on Williams at a Fostoria restaurant last week as she was choking.
Approved a resolution authorizing applying to Hancock County Park District to participate in Community Parks Improvement Grant program for next year.
Approved an ordinance to supplement appropriations of street maintenance capital fund with release of permissive tax for resurfacing of Vine Street.
Heard the second reading of an ordinance to repeal a measure concerning sale of real estate known as 0 E. Center St.
Heard the second reading of an ordinance amending rates, tap-in charges and dumping fees of Chapter 941 of codified ordinances.
Heard the second reading of an ordinance enacting Chapter 743 of codified ordinances relating to sweepstakes terminal cafes.
The next meeting of council is set for 7:30 p.m. Oct. 2 at city hall, to be preceded by a public hearing at 7 p.m. to discuss an ordinance related to increasing water rates.