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"Me and my wife separated due to -- for several reasons; um, one of which being the way she treated my children," Terry Steinfurth told Nancy Grace Monday night. More >>
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ROSSFORD, OH (Toledo News Now) -
future of TARTA in Rossford is still unclear, but one thing is for sure: Voters
will not be able to voice their opinion on the issue this November.
disappointed," said Pat Carson, a Rossford resident. "I signed the petition to
put it up for a vote."
400 people signed the petition to get the TARTA issue on the November ballot,
but according to the board of elections, the petition was not filed and
certified in time to be valid.
residents say keeping TARTA services in Rossford is a waste of money.
not a deal for Rossford, by any means," said Councilman Chuck Duricek. "We
believe the citizens of Rossford could be better served by a private company."
says Rossford could use a service similar to Perrysburg's, because not enough
people use TARTA.
not utilized by anyone in Rossford," he said. "We have a lot of people that
transit through Rossford."
everyone agrees with him.
they're coming into town to work, they're putting money into the city, so I
think they would be wrong if they tried to get rid of [TARTA]," said Jim Mazur.
legislation allowing communities to opt out of TARTA expires this December. It
is currently unknown if people will be able to vote on the issue next year.