Sessions at Willys Pool and Roosevelt Pool.
The city has received commitments for $75,000 to support pool operations.
City narrows list down to 12 from about 1,000 for program.
The public-private partnership has saved Toledo’s pools in the past, but now the city must give its youth even more options.
City seeks delinquent funds of $34M.
The city has about $17.6 million in unpaid income tax bills and $16.4 million in unpaid water and sewer bills.
$8.2 million sat idle in fund until after vote on tax hike.
It is not a surprise that Toledo is losing residents, according to The Blade’s May 25 story, ‘‘Census showing Toledo steadily losing residents.” Click here to submit a letter to the editor Toledo is not any different from
Vast majority of drivers using phones while driving typically committing other offenses, Toledo Chief Kral said.