Development

The city of Port Clinton has endured a harsh winter so far and we all look forward to spring. It is time for the city to take steps to insure a sound financial year approaching through our efforts to see that the city moves forward with economic steps; jobs and…
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Thank you Port Clinton Fire Dept.

Unfortunately, I did not have the honor of meeting Firefighters Dickman and Machinski of the Toledo Fire Department. However, from the many stories and tributes I’ve read and watched on TV, I know exactly what type of person these gentlemen were and I have no doubt their legacy will live…
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Thank you Danbury Township

I want to thank the Danbury Township crew, especially Brett Waldron for taking care of a sewer problem. I also want to send a thank you to Chief Meisler and Officers Brandon and John for checking daily on an 87 year old person with the window card program. Also a…
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Thank you from Salvation Army

I would like to send a heartfelt Thank You to the Volunteers, Donors and every one in Ottawa County who has made our 2013 Holiday Season a success. Although our Red Kettle Goal of $64,000 was not met this year, due to a shortage of bell ringing days, we raised…
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Cheers for the Port Clinton Garage

We would like to give a big thank you to the people who work at the Port Clinton Garage. We’ve called about plowing our alley for both ourselves and the special education school bus and they listen and politely respond every time without complaint. Again, thank you to those answering…
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Thank you from Wreaths Across America

Dear Community, We would like to take this opportunity to thank so many of you for the success of Wreaths Across America. On Dec. 14th, Catawba Island Township Cemetery took part in a very special tradition of placing Christmas wreaths on the gravesites of veterans. The support, help and donations…
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Wind Turbines

I am writing in response to the negative responses on birds and wind power. One, in our area there will be a negative impact on the birds that use the wildlife areas and refuges where the turbines are being constructed. Second, these studies and facts come from educated personal within…
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