Despite the pushback and a slow start with compliance, the city’s lead ordinance won’t be evicted from the Toledo’s Municipal Code any time soon. Passed by Toledo City Council last August, the ordinance— which requires lead-safe certificates for buildings built before 1978 with one to four rental units— has drawn the ire of some landlords
Name: Robert Gutierrez Years lived in Toledo: 25 years Occupation: Business Owner/ Designer at RGDEZIGNS (1316 Adams St., RGDEZIGNS.com) My story, in one sentence: Just a guy blessed with many talents who works hard and prays harder! UpTown is the place in Toledo I’m most proud of. The best meal I had in Toledo was
The Toledo Yacht Club is home to an impressive and intricate-looking mansion — if there are ghosts to be found, you can believe that they’re haunting a swank, lakeside pad like that. And now you can find them when the TYC opens its grounds up for its nighttime Public Ghost Hunt. Special guest speaker/investigator Tim
$15 might not seem like a lot of money to you, but for needy students in NW Ohio, it can mean the difference between success and failure. Donate $15 to the United Way’s annual Kickoff to Donate $15 to the United Way’s annual Kickoff to Caring event, and you will fill a backpack with the
Party with the Toledo Fair Housing Center as they educate you on their programs seeking to keep housing fair and affordable. At their annual There’s No Place like Home event, enjoy food, entertainment, and a cash bar as you hang out on a patio with like-minded philanthropists. Tickets can be purchased at the door. 5-8pm.
Have an aggressive-natured dog that is getting frisky on the reg? Keep a lid on the situation during the Toledo Humane Societies’ Primp Your Pit event. Lasting through August and September, with limited availability, this program offers a special $20 spaying or neutering. If the dog is over a 100 pounds, the price is $60.