Review: These are the hottest topics of the 21st calendar week 2021 on Videogameszone

Review: These are the hottest topics of the 21st calendar week 2021 on Videogameszone


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Wellsville hopes state funds help bring marina back to its former glory

Officials are hoping that changes because last year Wellsville was one of eight public entities in Columbiana County, receiving funds from the state capital budget.

During a special meeting Monday night, council members met to authorize Mayor Nancy Murray to accept that money, which was $75,000 for improvements to its beloved marina.

Back when the village was placed by the state auditor in fiscal emergency, officials were liquidating what assets that they thought they could. One of those potentially was going to be Wellsville marina — sitting behind the village’s painted flood wall and virtually untouched for more than a decade. The docks and outbuildings had fallen into significant disrepair, rendering it unsafe for use.

Wellsville officials long had dreamed of bringing it back to its previous glory, where families had went to enjoy boats and picnics. However, the needed money to realize all that wasn not available. Money was not something that a village in fiscal distress had. So officials were going to put the property up for bid. However, bids from purchasers were rejected, after coming in much lower than expected at $5,000 and $12,000. That –combined with memories of what it had been as well as that the realization that officials needed to access it for basic maintenance — is when officials decided to just keep it for the community.

According to Village Administrator Jarrod Grimm, “The goal is to have the Wellsville marina operational again,” Grimm said, adding that the Ohio Department of Natural Resources funds will help them to do that.

Mayor Nancy Murray, who is very excited about the opportunities at marina, said that this largely will cover phase one of the marina project, including electricity to a nearby pavilion’ roof repairs to nearby buildings; and add charcoal grills to a pavilion for those wishing to use them. The goal is to bring the marina back to its former glory.

Currently the majority of the marina’s docks remain on dry land, awaiting attention as they appear frail and unsafe for use.

Repairing or replacing those docks are at the forefront of officials’ thoughts as well as dredging the marina, which would allow families once again to boat again safely.

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