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Jobs always number one issue

As I have said many times…JOBS is the #1 issue in Ottawa County. In light of that, the Ottawa County Business Advisory Council presents a special Career Showcase this Friday, October 24 at the Gary Anderson CMP Competition Center at Camp Perry from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students and…
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Survey says!

As we mentioned last week, The Beacon conducted a “very unscientific” survey on Issue 6, the initiative on the ballot for Port Clinton voters November 4. We conducted the survey over the weekend (Thursday through Monday) on The Beacon’s website, thebeacon.net, as well as on the “Talk of Port Clinton”…
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Survey on ballot initiative

The Beacon online, in addition to providing the 33-page power point proposal from Washington properties given to Port Clinton City Council in February, we are also doing a quick, one-week survey which started Tuesday on the Talk of Port Clinton Facebook page and will be posted below the weather forecast…
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Candidate’s night October 2

Tonight is a big night, as usual, with the annual Candidate’s Night at the Port Clinton Elks Lodge sponsored by the Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce and the Port Clinton Business and Professional Women. Here is your chance to hear about the issues and hear directly from the candidates…
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Indian Summer

I get on my soapbox about this time every year! Many folks, including business people, are of the belief that “the season” ends on Labor Day weekend. I just checked the weather forecast…sunny and warm all the way into next week, and probably beyond. Extended warm Lake Erie temperatures tend…
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Best of the Best awards ceremony Sept 18

We have completed our vote count on Ottawa County’s Best of the Best Contest. The results are most interesting. In fact, we have the top three in each category listed in The Beacon this week. We will be holding our gala Best of the Best Awards Program at Mon Ami…
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Washington Properties current proposal on our website

I occasionally read the popular local Facebook page, “Talk of Port Clinton (uncensored)” and I have noted that there is some confusion from time to time by folks contributing to that page, particularly as it relates to the proposed development at Waterworks Park in Port Clinton. Since the CORD folks…
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