Danbury Township Trustees — July 11 meeting

At the regular meeting of the Danbury Township Trustees held July 11 the following business was conducted:
• Fiscal Officer Shelley Seamon, Zoning Inspector Kathryn Dale and Police Chief Michael Meisler shared their experiences during President Obama’s recent visit to Danbury Township.
• Road Superintendent Brett Waldron reported the department has been busy mowing and trimming the roads and parks, permission was received to install the flashing cross traffic signs on Port Clinton Eastern Road on the existing advance warming stop ahead signs, a crosswalk will be added on Erie Beach Road at the intersection of North Shore Boulevard, clean-up week begins on Monday, brush grinding quotes were received, hydrant markers were discussed, storm cleanup was discussed. Trustees agreed to provide maintenance department assistance, based on manpower, for clearing of all roads in the township during future emergency situations. Trustees agreed to contract with David Price Metal Services for brush grinding services at a cost of $5,995.


Wooden Boat Show, Art Festival coming to Lakeside

A collaborative effort blending the craftsmanship of the Lakeside Wooden Boat Society and the artistic expression of the Plein Air Art Festival will create one of Lakeside’s most unique weekends of the Chautauqua season from July 20-22.
This three-day event begins on Friday when plein air artists arrive at Lakeside to paint outdoor landscapes. The term “en plein air” means painting “in the open air.” The festival will host more than 30 plein air artists from across the Midwest. Guests are invited to watch them paint.
There will be opportunities to purchase artwork with the addition of the Open Air Gallery, located on the pedestrian walkway of Walnut Avenue, between Second and Third Streets in Lakeside. The Open Air Gallery will be open preceding the 8:15 p.m. Hoover Auditorium performance from 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.


Kasich in town for Fish Ohio

Gov. John Kasich kicked off the 34th Governor’s Fish Ohio Day by joining anglers for a day of fishing on Lake Erie Wednesday morning. Fish Ohio Day promotes the positive impacts of Lake Erie sport fishing and tourism on the region’s economy. Ohio has an $800 million sport fishery industry and a $10 billion tourist industry. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Wildlife was a sponsor of Fish Ohio Day as well as Lake Erie Shores and Islands-West and the Lake Erie Charter Boat Association. Nineteen charter boats participated in the event this year.
ODNR Director James Zehringer joined the governor in fishing on Lake Erie today. Zehringer reinforced that Lake Erie is not only important to northern Ohio, but to the entire state. He shared that Lake Erie fisheries have been sustained for decades, and Kasich and ODNR are committed to ensuring Ohio’s fisheries are sustainable for the future.

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