Star Beacon, Ashtabula, Ohio (TNS)
After a relatively snow-free November, winter has arrived in force in northeast Ohio. Thursday’s lake-effect snow hit communities along the lakeshore hardest and caused a three-vehicle accident on Route 45 in Saybrook Township Thursday night, but no injuries were reported, according to the Ohio Highway Patrol, Ashtabula Post.
The township should be ready to bid out the project at the beginning of 2018, and work — commencing with the concrete floor — would follow when weather permits, said Karl Brunell, trustees board chairman. “We could break ground in April,” he said. At issue is a township garage that was completely destroyed by fire in July 2016. The blaze also cost the township every piece of road and mowing equipment and an assortment of tools. The cause of the fire remains undetermined, officials have said.
Firefighters were called to the park, at West 58th and Madison Avenue, at about 7:30 p.m., according to the firefighter's report. When firefighters arrived, they found the swing set fully engulfed in flames, according to the report. The swings are part of the park's newly donated playground equipmentThe blaze has been ruled an arson, said Capt. Stephen Chase, of the Ashtabula Fire Prevention Bureau and Fire Department. As of Tuesday, the fire department doesn’t have any suspects, he said.
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