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Friday, September 4, 2015

It’ll be a warm and humid night for high school football.

We’ll check the broadcast schedule and other games in sports.

 

Powerful storms moved through the area last night and early this morning.

There have been reports of trees down, mainly in outlying areas. Power may still be out in some spots.

 

Plans are in the works, for another area wind farm.

Apex Clean Energy is considering putting up 35 to 45 wind turbines on 13,000 acres of land in southern Erie County, and northern Huron County. According to the company’s website, the “Firelands Wind” project should be complete in 2018, and would power 23,000 homes. If all goes as expected, it would be the area’s second wind farm. Plans call for 25 wind turbines to go up in Greenwich Township.

 

The 107th annual Firelands Labor Day Festival will begin tonight, at Recreation Park in New London.

The midway will open at 6, and then will re-open at 7am tomorrow, Sunday and Monday. Daily admission is $7. It’s $4 for seniors 62 and over, and free for children three and under. Along with rides and food, there’s live music, a parade, a demolition derby, motocross races and fireworks. You can find the complete schedule online, at newlondonohio.com.

 

The 57th annual Melon Festival begins tomorrow, on the square in Milan. It runs through Labor Day.

We’ll broadcast live from the Melon Festival, starting at 11 tomorrow morning. Sunday’s grand parade begins at 2pm. If you plan on going, get to Milan early! More information is available online at milanmelonfestival.org.

 

As we told you earlier this week, 35.5 million Americans will hit the road this Labor Day weekend, the highest number since 2008.

And it won’t cost as much as previous years, because of lower gas prices.

 

The Ohio Department of Transportation is reminding motorists to “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” this Labor Day weekend.

ODOT, along with the Ohio Department of Public Safety is participating in the “Drive Sober” campaign to reduce alcohol-related crashes, injuries and deaths. During last year’s Labor Day weekend, there were 12 fatalities on Ohio roads, including seven that were alcohol-related.

 

Labor Day means schools, along with local, state and federal government offices and most banks will be closed all day Monday.

Mail delivery and trash pickup will be delayed by a day.

 

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Norwalk police continue to search for clues and information about a weekend hit-skip crash that sent a pedestrian to the hospital.

As we first told you Monday, a dark blue minivan hit a 56-year-old Sandusky man at approximately 2am Sunday on North Pleasant Street. The driver then fled toward West Washington Street. The victim was taken by ambulance to Fisher-Titus Medical Center, for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. If you have any information, contact the Norwalk Police Department.

 

A former area mayor has the green light to run again.

Rob Quinn will square off against Arden Cooper this fall, in the race for Kelley’s Island mayor. Two island residents questioned if Quinn actually lives on the island, leading to a hearing by the Erie County Board of Elections. Quinn has a home on Kelley’s Island, and one in Huron. After hearing testimony and reviewing official documents yesterday, the elections board ruled Quinn is indeed an island resident, and can run for mayor. Quinn served as Kelley’s Island mayor for about 10 years, before losing to Kyle Paine four years ago. Paine isn’t seeking re-election.

 

A Cleveland-area man injured in a crash on State Route 2, near Route 60 in Vermilion Township five days ago has died.

Michael Jaskolka of Newburgh Heights passed away yesterday, at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center. The Highway Patrol says, Jaskolka swerved to avoid a mini-van that was changing lanes, drove off the road, struck a concrete barrier and overturned several times. The driver of the mini-van was not hurt. So far, no charges have been filed.

 

An ATV crash in York Township sent a Bellevue man to the hospital.

35-year-old Mark Butz was injured late yesterday afternoon, at Sandusky County Roads 113 and 270. Highway Patrol Troopers said Butz was turning, and may have misjudged the distance and hit a patch of rocks. His four-wheeler flipped several times, before he was ejected. Butz wasn’t wearing a helmet. He was flown to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center in Toledo. His injuries weren’t considered life threatening.

 

More Ohio Republicans are upset with President Barack Obama’s recent decision to rename Alaska’s Mt. McKinley.

House Speaker John Boehner, U.S. Senator Rob Portman, Congressmen Jim Jordan and Bob Gibbs, along with six other high-ranking Republicans sent a letter to the President yesterday, expressing outrage over changing the name Mt. McKinley to Mt. Denali. In 1917, the tallest mountain in North America was named after the nation’s 25th president, William McKinley of Ohio, even though McKinley had no connection to Alaska. In 1975, the state of Alaska renamed the mountain Denali, and petitioned the federal government to follow suit. Ohio lawmakers have blocked the request since then.

 

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

The Highway Patrol is investigating a crash that claimed a New London man.

According to the Mansfield Patrol Post, 20-year-old Deven Phillips was hit head-on late yesterday afternoon, on State Route 545 in Richland County’s Madison Township. Phillips was taken to Med Central in Mansfield, but later died from injuries suffered in the crash. The driver of the pickup suffered minor injuries.

 

He won four state wrestling championships at Monroeville, and four NCAA national titles at Ohio State, and he’ll be honored in his hometown this Friday.

A special ceremony for Logan Stieber will start at 1:30 this Friday in the Monroeville High School gym. He’ll speak to students, and answer questions. Monroeville residents are welcome to attend. Friday night, Stieber will be introduced during halftime of the Monroeville-Edison football game at Marsh Field. Stieber is currently training for Olympic competition.

 

As expected, AJM Packaging will soon begin operating in Bellevue, and the company needs to hire about 150 people.

AJM Packaging will hold two job fairs next week…9 to 5 next Thursday, and 8 to 3 next Friday at the plant at 102 Hurt Drive in Bellevue. Open positions range from general labor to maintenance. The plant will produce things like paper plates, cups and bags.

 

A Sandusky man is in the Erie County Jail without bond, for allegedly leaving his young children and a baby home alone in sweltering conditions.

35-year-old Thomas Dangler was arrested Monday, after a neighbor contacted police about the children, ages four, two and seven months, being left alone for at least an hour. Officers said windows to the home were mostly closed, with little or no air conditioning. The temperature inside the house felt like 119 degrees. While Children Services was contacted to find the mother, Dangler returned home and claimed he’d been gone for just a few minutes. He was later found to be drunk, with a blood alcohol level of .207. He was charged with three counts of child endangering, and one count of disorderly conduct while intoxicated.

 

Good news-bad news on the jobs-front in Toledo…

Glass City officials say, Fiat-Chrysler will keep production of Jeep Wranglers in Toledo, but will move production of the Jeep Cherokee elsewhere. At some point, Fiat-Chrysler may bring another production line to Toledo.

 

Secretary of State Jon Husted has announced plans to hold open office hours across Ohio this month.

Regional representatives will be in 27 counties to give residents a chance to learn more about services offered by the Secretary of State’s Office, including voter information and business services. Locally, office hours will be held between 10am and noon September 21st at the Norwalk Public Library, and between 10am and noon September 28th at the Carnegie Library in Sandusky.

 

Monday, August 31, 2015

Norwalk police are still searching for a driver involved in a weekend hit-skip crash on the city’s west side.

Norwalk PD said it happened at 2am yesterday on North Pleasant Street. A pedestrian, a 56-year-old man was taken to Fisher-Titus Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries. The driver fled toward West Washington Street. He or she was driving a dark blue minivan, perhaps a Dodge, Chrysler or Plymouth with damage to the front passenger side. Anyone with information should contact the Norwalk Police Department at 663-6780.

 

A group of citizens opposed to a wind farm in southern Huron County have just one more chance stop construction.

That’s because the Ohio Power Sitting Board said late last week that objections to the proposed wind farm were made too late. Now, the anti-wind farm group Greenwich Neighbors United must decide within two months whether or not to appeal last week’s decision to the Ohio Supreme Court. Greenwich Windpark wants to build 25 wind turbines along more than 4600 acres of land in Greenwich Township.

 

14 people have applied to fill a vacant seat in the Ohio House.

One will be chosen by Republican officials to fill the 89th District House seat previously held by Steve Kraus. Kraus lost the seat last month, when he was convicted of theft, for stealing items from a Danbury Township home in April of last year. The list of applicants includes Perkins Township trustee Timothy Coleman, Sandusky school board president Jeff Krabill, Ottawa County Commissioner Steve Arndt, and former State Representative Tom Lendrum. A decision will be made in the coming weeks.

 

To eastern Erie County, where a man is facing charges connected to an attack that sent a man to the hospital with serious injuries.

20-year-old Lonnie Engle of Birmingham was arrested Friday night, and charged with felonious assault, menacing and underage consumption. He’s accused of beating and choking a 45-year-old neighbor at a mobile home park on State Route 60. The victim was flown to a Cleveland hospital, for treatment of facial injuries. Engle was taken to the Erie County Jail.

 

A bar in Bellevue is facing punishment from the state, for selling alcohol to a person under 21.

A citation recently issued to Nowhere Tavern on West Main will be reviewed by the Ohio Liquor Control Commission. The commission will decide if the bar should be fined, or have its liquor license suspended or revoked.

 

Members of Bellevue City Council are pondering pay raises for elected officials.

Proposed pay raises would increase salaries of the mayor, city auditor and law director by $6,000 or $7,000 annually. Those raises would begin with the next term. Bellevue city council salaries would not change.

 

The upcoming Labor Day weekend brings with it two local festivals…

The Firelands Festival, Friday through Monday at Recreation Park in New London, and the Milan Melon Festival, Saturday through Monday.

 

In sports…

Believe it or not, the Indians are just five games back in the race for the second A.L. Wild Card. The Tribe is in Toronto for a three-game series…You can hear Indians and the Blue Jays at 7:07 tonight, tomorrow and Wednesday on 95.3, WLKR.

The team has scheduled a 1pm press conference, to formally announce the departure of Cleveland Indians president Mark Shapiro. He’s leaving to become president and CEO of the Blue Jays and the Rogers Centre.

 

Friday, August 28, 2015

The 2015 high school football season kicks off this weekend, and we’ll have four games in two nights!

Tonight on K96, it’s Bellevue at Perkins. We’ll Countdown to Kickoff at 6:30, with game time at 7. On 95.3 WLKR, it’s Margaretta at Willard. Join us In the Huddle at 6:30…Kickoff is at 7. A doubleheader is on tap tomorrow night on 95.3. Live at 7, it’ll be Norwalk at Mentor Lake Catholic. After that, it’s Pigskin Playback between St. Mary Central Catholic at St. Paul.

 

They could swap offices.

Republican State Representative Terry Boose of Norwalk has announced plans to run for Huron County Commissioner next year. Meanwhile, Democratic County Commissioner Tom Dunlap says he’ll run for the 57th District House seat, currently held by Boose. Due to term limits, Boose can’t seek re-election to the Ohio House. He served as a Huron County Commissioner from 1997 until 2004. Dunlap is in his first term as a county commissioner. He served one term as Huron County Sheriff in the 80’s.

 

If you’re on the Ohio Turnpike this weekend, you’ll notice more Highway Patrol Troopers.

It’s part of an initiative to stop traffic fatalities. Troopers say they’ll also work to reduce serious injury crashes, and apprehend drivers using the toll road for illegal purposes.

 

If you live or drive along Norwalk’s Central Boulevard, heads up…

Starting next week, crews will begin mobilizing, in preparation for the 2015 Waterline Replacement Project. Actual work will begin the week of September 8th, and that means during construction, Central Boulevard will be closed to thru traffic from 7am until 6pm Monday through Thursday. If necessary, work will take place on Friday, to stay on schedule. Driveways may be temporarily blocked. School busses and emergency services will have access during construction. Central Boulevard residents can expect minor disruptions to water service, once work begins.

 

The Orion spacecraft is undergoing testing at NASA Plum Brook in Sandusky.

The tests center around Orion’s service module, which will be used on future manned missions to Mars.

 

A Norwalk man is facing drunk driving charges, after his arrest earlier this week.

According to reports, 54-year-old Donald W. Johnson was going 88 miles per hour Tuesday night on U.S. Route 20 in Townsend Township. His blood alcohol content was .137, well above Ohio’s legal limit of .08. Johnson was convicted of DUI in 2000 and 2001. He was charged in 2006, but was found not guilty.

 

The Lorain County Democratic Party will not be represented at the Lorain County Fair the rest of this week.

They’ve pulled out in protest of a vendor allowed to sell Confederate flags and other gear.

 

Thursday, August 27, 2015

A Wakeman resident was flown to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, after crashing her car into a tree.

26-year-old Ashley Absher was injured late yesterday morning on U.S. Route 20, near Wakeman Townline Road in Wakeman Township. Alcohol and drugs are not considered factors in the crash. However, Absher was not wearing a seat belt. The accident remains under investigation by the Norwalk Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.

 

A Sandusky man was jailed Wednesday, for allegedly pointing a gun at his wife’s head.

29-year-old Brandon Jones was arrested at his Stone Street home, after a brief standoff with Sandusky police. He’s facing several charges, including kidnapping. According to reports, Jones and his wife had been arguing about their relationship ending when he allegedly pulled a gun and threatened to kill her or her children. She was able to escape a short time later, and contact police. Officers arrived, and coaxed Jones from the home about 30 minutes later. They recovered a loaded gun. During the incident, nearby Osborne School was placed on lockdown.

 

Dayton has become the first major Ohio city to offer paid parental leave.

Full-time city workers—male or female—can take six weeks off immediately after the birth or adoption of a child. It’s not exactly fully-paid time off. The first two weeks are considered an unpaid waiting period. The remaining four weeks will be paid at a 70 percent rate. Vacation or sick time can be used to cover the other 30 percent.

 

A Cedar Point police officer and part-time Lorain County deputy is out of work after pleading ‘no contest’ to soliciting sex from a woman he met on Craigslist.

24-year-old Christopher Cassell was charged Tuesday night, and was in court yesterday. He was given a suspended two-month jail sentence, and was fined $250. Tuesday’s encounter didn’t go as Cassell planned. After responding to the woman’s online ad, he went to an Elyria motel and was beaten, choked and robbed by three men who stormed the room. Police have arrested the woman and two of the men.

 

A Medina County man will spend eight years in prison, for orchestrating an investment scheme that primarily targeted senior citizens.

Along with prison time, 64-year-old Dennis Flood of Brunswick must pay more than $1 million in restitution to his victims. Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said between 2009 and last year, Flood stole from 45 victims in Ohio and Pennsylvania by deceiving them into buying fictitious investment certificates through his company, D.L. Flood Agency. The victims, primarily in their 70’s and 80’s, were promised large returns on their investments. At least one of the victims was from Huron County.

 

Bellevue officials are seeking state grants, to cover the cost to demolish two vacant downtown buildings.

127 and 129 East Main, between Level Up and the Green Emerald restaurant were damaged by a July, 2013 tornado, and have since been condemned. The cost to tear down the buildings will run between $100,000 and $150,000.

 

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

When it comes to unemployment in the Buckeye State, figures show Monroe County in southeast Ohio has the highest rate, 9.9 percent.

Mercer County in western Ohio has the state’s lowest jobless rate, 3.3 percent. At 6.2 percent, Lorain County is ranked 16th, and with a jobless rate of 5.7 percent, Huron County is 29th. Crawford County is 32nd, Richland County 34th, Erie County 43rd, Ashland County 50th, Seneca County 53rd, and Sandusky County 69th.

 

Police in Norwalk, along with Erie County deputies continue to investigate a series of recent break-ins that may be connected.

Burglaries occurred at Gibson’s Landscaping, Warnike Carpet, Smetzer Paint and Supply, Heartland Mechanical Services and Old Towne Windows and Doors, all on U.S. Route 250 in Milan Township. In Norwalk, recent break-ins occurred at NAPA and DS Express Carriers, both on Republic Street. An attempted break-in also occurred at Norwalk Motor Sales on Milan Avenue. Anyone with information should contact the Norwalk Police Department, or the Erie County Sheriff’s Office.

 

A former Sandusky man is facing a lengthy prison term, for sexually abusing a young girl.

This week, a jury in Erie County found 48-year-old James Henry of Cleveland guilty on three counts of rape, two counts of gross sexual imposition and one count of attempted rape. The crimes occurred in Erie and Lorain counties, and began when the victim was 7, and continued until she was 12. Henry will be sentenced September 25th.

 

Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton will be in Ohio tomorrow.

She’ll lead a 10am grassroots organizing meeting at Case Western Reserve University and later, she’ll attend a private $2,700 per-person fundraiser. In Ohio, Clinton leads all other Democrats.

 

A one-car accident near Davis-Besse shut down Route 2 for an hour yesterday.

According to the Sandusky Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the crash occurred shortly before 5:30. Troopers said 54-year-old Cynthia Elizondo of Royal Oak, Michigan went off the road, hit a cement culvert and overturned. Elizondo and a passenger, 17-year-old Jacob Elizondo suffered incapacitating injuries, and were taken to St. Charles Hospital in Toledo. She was charged with failure to control.

 

Burger King on Norwalk’s north side is open again.

Over the summer, crews tore down the old fast food restaurant, and replaced it with an updated building.

 

Good news, if the information is accurate.

Gasbuddy.com says pump prices in Ohio will drop between 20 and 50 cents in the coming days. Gas prices recently spiked, because of problems at a BP refinery in Indiana. Those problems have been fixed, and the refinery is now up and running.

 

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Autopsy results show a Florida man killed in Norwalk last week died of a single stab wound to the heart.

Those results and more information will be sent to state agents for processing. Norwalk police say 24-year-old Ronald Wisniewski of Lake Worth, Florida was fatally stabbed shortly before 2am last Friday, outside a Bouscay Avenue apartment. The sole suspect is 23-year-old Eric Lee Carroll of Norwalk. He’s in the Huron County Jail, charged with murder. According to Norwalk PD Sgt. Jim Fulton, Carroll was upset that his ex-girlfriend was involved with Wisniewski. Fulton also said Carroll had been drinking heavily the day of the attack. Carroll is a convicted sex offender, and has been arrested numerous other crimes.

 

A Huron woman could spend eight years in prison, after pleading guilty to a felony charge of vehicular homicide.

32-year-old Lindsey Gundlach entered the plea yesterday in Erie County Common Pleas Court. In exchange, prosecutors dismissed four other charges, including DUI. Gundlach backed her car into the Huron River in Milan Township’s Franklin Flats last December, with two passengers in the back seat…Four-year-old Javin Jacques and seven-year-old Autumn Collinsworth. Gundlach and the girl escaped from the sinking car. Jacques did not. Gundlach will be sentenced in November.

 

A proposed Huron County wind farm will be discussed Thursday in Columbus.

The Ohio Power Siting Board is expected to rule on an application for a rehearing for the controversial Greenwich Windpark. Last year, plans were approved to build a 25-turbine wind park, covering more than 4,500 acres in Greenwich Township. However, nearby residents voiced opposition, causing those plans to be delayed. The wind park was scheduled to be operational by the end of this year.

 

A mixed bag in terms of area unemployment.

New figures released this morning by the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services show July unemployment increased slightly in Huron, Erie and Crawford counties. It remained the same in Ashland and Richland counties, and decreased in Lorain, Sandusky and Seneca counties.

 

Norwalk City Council is off tonight.

City council’s next meeting will be September 1st.

 

More information has been released, about a Norwalk man accused of rape.

Police believe 72-year-old Hershel Prater Jr. sexually abused a 10-year-old victim late last month or early this month. He’s also suspected of sexually abusing a 14-year-old earlier this month, and a 15-year-old in 2012. Last week, a Huron County grand jury charged Prater with rape, importuning and two counts of gross sexual imposition. If convicted, he faces life in prison.

 

State Senator Gayle Manning is coming to eastern Huron County.

She’ll hold district office hours between 4 and 5 this Thursday, at the Wakeman Community Library. She’ll listen to concerns, and answer questions. Manning represents Ohio’s 13th Senate district, which covers Huron and Lorain counties.

 

Friday is the deadline for Republicans to apply for a vacancy in the Ohio House.

Qualified residents of Erie and Ottawa counties can email House Speaker Cliff Rosenberger at Rep91@ohiohouse.gov. The 89th District House seat came open last month, when Republican Steve Kraus of Huron was convicted of theft.

 

Monday, August 24, 2015

The Indians are in Chicago, for today’s makeup game against the Cubs.

Indians Warm Up begins at 1:37, and game is at 2:05 on 95.3, WLKR.

 

The man charged in connection with Friday’s homicide in Norwalk is scheduled to make his first court appearance this Friday.

23-year-old Eric Lee Carroll is currently charged with murder. He remains in the Huron County Jail on $1,000,000 bond. Carroll is accused of stabbing and killing 24-year-old Ronald Wisniewski II of Lake Worth, Florida early Friday morning, near a Bouscay (Bus-KEY) Avenue apartment. According to reports, Wisniewski was stabbed, after intervening in a domestic dispute between Carroll and his ex-girlfriend.

 

A Norwalk man accused of sexually abusing children has been charged by a Huron County grand jury.

72-year-old Hershel Prater Jr. is facing one count each of rape and importuning, and two counts of gross sexual imposition. He was arrested earlier this month. Authorities believe there are multiple victims, and they say the alleged abuse occurred for years.

 

Perkins Township police are investigating the weekend theft of thousands of dollars worth of items from Lowe’s.

Thieves made off with mowers, snow blowers and more.

 

A blown tire is being blamed for a weekend turnpike crash that sent four people to the hospital.

It happened Saturday, in the westbound lanes near the Route 4 exit in Groton Township. After the tire blew, the driver hit two construction barrels, and then slammed into a concrete barrier. Five people, all from India, were inside the car. Four were flown from the scene to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.

 

State Route 2, near the U.S. Route 6 exit in Sandusky was closed for an hour yesterday, after a semi-truck caught fire.

The trucker escaped unharmed, but the cab was destroyed.

 

ResponsibleOhio is coming to Norwalk.

The “Green Rush Tour” will stop at the Norwalk Theater on East Main at 12:45 this afternoon. It’s one of dozens of stops around the state to raise awareness about Issue 3, aproposal to legalize marijuana in Ohio.

 

Tomorrow is when Ohio parole officials may decide the fate of a former prisoner captured earlier this year, after more than 55 years at-large.

79-year-old Frank Freshwaters could be released for good, or sent back to prison. Freshwaters was found in May, living in a trailer in Melbourne, Florida. He had been living there for several decades, under the name William Cox. Freshwaters was sent to prison in 1957, for killing a pedestrian while speeding. He walked away from a prison camp in 1959, and lived a quiet life until his capture.

 

The 2015 Huron County Fair is over.

The Lorain County Fair begins today in Wellington. The Sandusky County Fair starts tomorrow in Fremont.

 

Friday, August 21, 2015

Congratulations to this year’s Huron County Senior Fair Queen and King.

Elizabeth (Betty) Gemmel and Bob Reiter were crowned during yesterday’s competition. Nice weather helped boost yesterday’s fair attendance, to 10,430. That means paid attendance between Monday and Thursday was just under 32,000.

 

It’s day number five of the Huron County Fair.

Tonight’s Rough Truck and Car Competition begins at 6:30. Tomorrow is the final day of the 94th annual Huron County Fair. The large livestock auction will start things off at 9am.The traditional closer, the demolition derby will begin at 6.

 

Norwalk police were summoned to Bouscay Avenue early this morning after an apparent stabbing.

The call came in around 2am. We’ll have more, as details become available.

 

Burglars have struck again, at businesses near the Radio Ranch.

This week, overnight break-ins occurred at Heartland Mechanical Services, and Old Towne Windows and Doors on U.S. Route 250 in Milan Township. The thief or thieves stole cash and a furnace from Heartland Mechanical, and an undisclosed amount of cash from Old Towne Windows. Similar break-ins occurred last month at Smetzer Paint and Supply, Warnike Carpet and Gibson’s Landscaping, all on Route 250.

 

State Route 547, between routes 20 and 99 in the village of Monroeville will close Monday, for a sewer project.

The road will re-open at the end of October.

 

New figures show the state’s unemployment rate went down in July.

According to the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, the state’s jobless rate was five percent, down from 5.2 percent in June. Figures also show Ohio added nearly 57,000 jobs between July of 2014 and last month.

 

Some good news, for the Norwalk-Huron County Airport.

According to a press release from U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown the airport has been awarded a $256,000 federal grant to repair Runway 10/28, Taxiways A1 and C, and Aprons A and C. Work is expected to begin in the coming weeks.

 

The Huron County Board of Elections will meet in special session at 7:15 next Tuesday morning, to discuss the hiring of personnel.

The meeting will be held in the board office, at the Huron County Administration Building in Norwalk.