Sandusky lands new transit boss

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Sandusky officials believe they’ve found the right person to steer public transit services away from financial disaster. At a recent public meeting, city manager Eric Wobser announced Marvin Ranaldson would become Sandusky’s new transit administrator, filling a critical position vacant since summer.

“I feel this is a tremendous opportunity, and I look forward to working hard to improve transit for the residents of Sandusky and Erie County,” Ranaldson said. Ranaldson, who begins his city transit tenure on Feb. 17, boasts loads of experience in the mobile and transportation fields.

Source: Sandusky Register


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