FOSTORIA - The Fostoria Police Department honored one of its own Tuesday during the Fostoria Council meeting.
Officer Cory Brian was awarded the "Life Saving Award" by Mayor Eric Keckler and Cpt. Patrick Brooks. This certificate of heroism was awarded for Brian's response to two calls in which he performed life-saving measures to resuscitate two people. On June 20, 2013, he saved a 2-year-old child and Jan. 24 he saved another citizen with CPR.
Banks said, "the citizens of Fostoria, and this police department are proud to call Officer Brian one of our own."
Keckler also extended his thanks to Brian.
Also during the meeting, Mary "Betsy" Faeth was reappointed to the Seneca County Board of Health for a three-year term, March 1 to March 1, 2017.
In other news:
Thomas Lake, 4th Ward councilman, proposed an amendment to the ordinance involving sidewalks, which would extend the period allotted to clear them to 24 hours, but also would allow zoning and police to cite if the sidewalks were not cleared.
An ordinance was approved which allows council to adopt replacement pages for codified ordinances.
Two ordinances were given second readings, one of which involves a contract with the city and Perry and Wood counties and the Stearns Road Improvement Project. The other involves changing sewer regulations for the city.