Dear Port Clinton,
We must thank this person for watering our sidewalk flowers and cleaning our downtown curbs. So, if you should see her please say THANK YOU!!!
Friday morning my wife and I were sitting on the couch having a cup of coffee together before the kids woke up for school. Just as we had settled into our seats Rachel checked her phone for any messages. That’s when we found out that John Drummer had passed away. Our hearts both sank into the couch in disbelief.
My wife and I own a unit at Waterfronts II condominium and I spent all my youth summers on Ascher Beach. As an attorney I have assisted developers of residential condominiums, including the "expandable" type, where the builder retains the option to discontinue completing the project at any time if actual sales of initial units do not justify or support constructing all the additional units that had been projected.
My wife and I have been part time residents since 1987. Starting out in Blue Teal, next to Breezy Acres and for the last 20 years on Catawba Island. After listening and reading all your articles in the Beacon regarding Waterworks Parks future I realize residents of Port Clinton want things to stay the way they have been and make no changes.