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Mansfield City Council may soon tighten rules regarding the demolition of structures within the city.
MANSFIELD -- It was the cornerstone of a historic moment in the city that likely would have been lost forever when the former Mansfield YMCA/Y…
Members of Ontario City Council approved moving forward on plans to bring electricity and a sewer line to Ontario Commerce Park and to demolish some of the property’s remaining structures at a Wednesday evening economic development committee meeting.
Ontario City Council ditched its regular meeting location inside the city’s municipal building Wednesday evening for a different venue, Ontario Commerce Park. The 267-acre property needs cleaned up before it can be rehabilitated for potential buyers.
State assistance will not be coming to those impacted by the April 14 tornado that roared through Shelby and several surrounding townships.
More than three months after demolition of the former YMCA began, the process is still underway.
Demolition of the former East of Chicago Pizza building at 1582 Park Ave. W. will begin Monday, according to the city of Ontario's service safety director, Jeff Wilson.
Aside from the gazebo in Central Park, there is no place for people to gather in downtown Mansfield on a consistent basis. Creating a structure to provide shelter from the weather is needed. This gathering place could be used for farmer's markets, community meals, performances and food trucks. The structure must be intentionally inclusive of all cultures, ethnicities, ages and abilities.
The first idea listed in the 'Mansfield Rising' plan is to redevelop Mansfield's municipal parking lot. The plan identifies the parking lot, located between third and fourth streets, as potentially a "major redevelopment site."