People of Port Clinton and all lighthouse fans

We want to take this opportunity to extend a heartfelt thank you to everyone who attended our open house last Thursday. Despite the inclement weather, several hundred people turned out to see what all the fuss was about. They were not disappointed.
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PCHS Kiss A Senior Goodbye

The Port Clinton High School Class of 2015 would like to send out a sincere thank you to the following businesses and individuals who supported the Kiss-A-Senior Goodbye event and the Senior Picnic:
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Cherry picking

We all thank the members of CORD and Mr. Noderer for their continued fight for what they believe to be good for our beloved City of Port Clinton. Their spokesperson stated in the June 11 issue of this paper that others “cherry-pick” details to support their causes. Many responsible citizens…
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Whatever happened to PC’s 2001 plan? Issue 6 happened!

People often ask whatever happened to PC’s 2001 waterfront plan (see the Beacon May 14, 2015). Like most plans we’ve seen in Port Clinton, parts were implemented and others weren't. This happens when influential individuals cherry pick the plan. In 2001 the Pflum, Klausmeier and Gehrum (PKG) Waterfront Protection and…
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Stamp Out Hunger

To the Community of Danbury Township and the Letter Carriers of the Marblehead-Lakeside Post Office; thank you for your generosity of donated food items through the National Association of Letter Carriers “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive.
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Port Clinton Lighthouse Conservancy

The Port Clinton Lighthouse Conservancy has worked for four years to place PC’s historic lighthouse on the waterfront. Recently an influential community voice remarked that the lighthouse is “not needed,” prompting our group to reflect on the value of the lighthouse to its people.
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85-15

Why is Port Clinton the only port on Lake Erie without a city marina? The answer is hidden in the hidden agendas of only a few people within our community. Although names imply otherwise, some citizens within our community are still opposed to any responsible development of the Portage River…
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