The Midwest is certainly feeling the effects of Hurricane Sandy. In Sylvania right now, it's a chilly 38 degrees and ice lined my windshield when I got in my car this morning.
While that's nothing compared to what happened on the East Coast, there have been many predictions about how bad this area is going to be hit.
In July, when a summer storm came flying through Sylvania, Olander Park was hit badly. An estimated 18 trees were completely damaged at the park, during the thunderstorm, which caused around $10,000 in damages. It also took around 10 days to clean up the fallen branches.
Yesterday, I asked Gary Madryzkowski, director of the Olander Park system, whether he was anticipating damages this time around.
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