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Your vote is (was) your choice

I write in response to Mr. Gary Philabaum’s September 9th letter titled, “Your vote is your choice.” Mr. Philabaum implied that the recent change to the meeting agenda prevents Council from hearing what people have to say. To what is he referring? Are we making the audience prove U.S. citizenship…
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Losing the waterfront

I would like to thank every member of CORD for all the time and effort they have put in to save our parks for us. I would also like to congratulate them for their success on getting the needed signatures so a petition can be put on the November ballot.…
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To all registered voters in Port Clinton

Recently the group known as Friends for Port Clinton passed out fliers to homes in Port Clinton which stated the language for the upcoming initiative ordinance to be voted on this November. In an attempt to purposely confuse the voters, they also had these three questions at the bottom of…
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GPCAAC Appetite for the Arts

The Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council (GPCAAC) would like to thank all those who supported the 2014 Appetite for the Arts. Our most successful event ever was accomplished by those who purchased tickets for the Friday evening “Main Event”, those who volunteered during the week end event, Erie-Ottawa International…
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Your vote is your choice

In July, Port Clinton City Council’s meeting format changed requiring citizens to sign in for questions and make statements before meetings begin. It is unclear why council would not want to hear what the people have to say about what they are doing. How can we comment if we haven’t…
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Thank you to the Tibbel family

A heart-warming thank you is in store for Kaye Tibbel, her family and the many volunteers for putting on a very special day for the veterans in the Catawba area. These folk provided their boats, time and energy to take us fishing and also fed us a wonderful deep fried…
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Renovation of True-Lay Stadium is long overdue

I write today to highlight the efforts of a group of local volunteers who have been working their tails off on a project that will benefit nearly every Port Clinton HS student AND will be a source of community pride for many, many years. I am talking about the long…
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