"I would like to challenge City Council to work with the administration to find new ways to improve the quality of life in Bucyrus. We have many things of which to be proud, but we need to make our community even more attractive to the families who will live in Bucyrus and who desire not only great schools but also shopping choices, restaurants and an excellent park system."
"Ohio Poly Tech, which recycles plastic products into garden hose liner, has signed a letter of intent to buy the entire plant on Beal Avenue and will be doubling their production and employment in the very near future, so stay tuned."
Mayor Jeff Reser has set a new tradition in Bucyrus by holding a Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast on the National Day of Prayer at Holy Trinity School. Maggie Maloy was the guest speaker. Several hundred were in attendance as well as Congressman Jim Jordan of Ohio’s 4th district.
"Many of you know that we are working with county officials to develop a plan to have a countywide bike path. Just think of the possibilities — being able to ride from Sears Woods through Bucyrus, along the Sandusky River to Lowe-Volk Park and then to Crestline or Galion and back."