When Chelsea Police Chief Ed Toth asked Lenard E. McDougall to come into work on Monday for training, he did as he was asked, and reported for work at the Chelsea Police Department despite the fact that it was his day off. Meanwhile, 16 family members, Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce members and staff met [...]
The same company that took down the Daniels Showroom in the Longworth complex was recently hired to demolish The Livery Building. “They did the Daniels showroom and did a good job for us,” said City Manager John Hanifan. Smalley Construction was the low bidder of three companies that responded to the city’s request for proposals [...]
Rick Eder had a rather unusual day at work on Thursday afternoon, July 17. Thinking he had a client appointment at his Farm Bureau Insurance Agency, he emerged from his office and was greeted by family, friends, Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce members and a huge bouquet of balloons. “What’s going on?” he asked. It [...]
Attention all Chelsea business owners, you are invited to a meeting at Chelsea Lanes on Friday, July 18 at 8 a.m. for an informational Business-to-Business Watch organizational meeting. It will be one hour of your time well spent. “We’re trying to be proactive,” said Eddy Greenleaf, owner of Chelsea Lanes. “To develop a program for [...]
The Chelsea Planning Commission met on Tuesday, July 15 to discuss the final site plan for the proposed Speedway gas station and convenience store on the northwest corner of M-52 and Old U.S. 12. Representatives from EXP U.S. Service Inc. of Columbus, Ohio, along with representatives from Speedway had their final site plan unanimously approved [...]
Please enjoy the photo gallery below from the sponsor party at the Common Grill Monday night where guests were given an opportunity to taste a large number of wines from Trinchero Family Estates and food from the Common Grill.
At its meeting tonight, July 15, the Chelsea Planning Commission will hold a public hearing for a comprehensive plan amendment for the Federal Screw property at 500 S. Main St. and 425 Congdon St. If approved, the change would read: “Redevelopment areas that are designated for mixed use should have a selection of uses that [...]