Water Companies in Fremont, OH
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* City of Fremont
(419) 334-5900 more info
* Fremont Water Works
(419) 334-8966 more info
Green Springs Water Works Office
(419) 639-2355 more info
Oak Harbor Sewage Department
(419) 898-0517 more info

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Facts about Fremont, OH:
Fremont is a city in and the county seat of Sandusky County, Ohio, United States. The area which is now Fremont was originally a Wyandot village. In the 1750s a French trading post was established there. In 1787 the United States established the Northwest Territory, and in 1803 the southern portion of the Territory was admitted to the Union as part of the new state of Ohio. During the early and mid 1800s a few Europeans and African Americans, predominantly runaway slaves, settled in the area, which became known as Lower Sandusky for its location on the Sandusky River. Under the terms of Ohio's admission, Lower Sandusky was defined as Indian Territory, so the non-Wyandot settlements were in direct violation of the Treaty of Greeneville; at one point the United States Army considered removing the settlers by force, but did not carry out the threat. In 1821 Lower Sandusky became the county seat of Sandusky County. The town gradually expanded, with primary occupations being...

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