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Ashtabula County Commissioners object to proposed water rates increase

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JEFFERSON – The Ashtabula County Board of Commissioners met for their regular weekly meeting June 21 at the Old Jefferson Courthouse, passing a resolution registering their objection to a proposed 9.2 percent rate increase filed May 31 by Aqua Ohio with the Ohio Public Utilities Commission (PUCO).

Ashtabula City Council meets, initiates parks levy process

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ASHTABULA – The Ashtabula City Council met in regular session June 20 to hear departmental reports and review a slate of proposals held over from its last meeting June 6 due to a lack of a quorum, as well as acting on a motion by Ward 4 Councilor Josephine Misener to initiate the process to place a 1.5 mil parks and recreation levy on the November 2016 ballot.

Truckmen hands over tractor-trailers to Action in Motion to build up local workforce

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ASHTABULA – Geneva-based Truckmen handed over a pair of Mack CX613 tractor-trailers to Ashtabula County Community Action Agency's Action in Motion Workforce Training Academy at Ashtabula Towne Square on June 9 in a bid to expand the academy's road-training capacity.

Jefferson councilman to appear again on BattleBots

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JEFFERSON - Jefferson Village Councilman Lon Damon will make another appearance on the television show BattleBots on ABC this Thursday, June 23, in a special two-hour episode from 8-10 p.m.

City of Ashtabula's curbside recycling program awaits hauler

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ASHTABULA – The City of Ashtabula's long-awaited curbside recycling program is ready to go and the last step before hauling can begin is for the Ashtabula County Solid Waste Management District to contract a hauler to carry recyclables, according to City Manager James Timonere.

Weekend full of events in Jefferson

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JEFFERSON - There will be plenty to do in the Village of Jefferson this weekend, as Jefferson Days will return this year on Friday, June 17, through Sunday, June 19.

Ashtabula Township Trustees hold meeting, decline to comment on Veterans Corner controversy

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ASHTABULA – The Ashtabula Township Board of Trustees met June 9 in regular monthly session and heard questions from township residents and businesspeople concerning the ongoing controversy regarding the sale of Veterans Corner, a property putatively sold to Cleveland-based developer Visconsi, LLC for a new Sheetz service station – now in legal limbo as Ashtabula County Prosecutor Nicholas Iarocci reviews the transaction’s legality.

‘Red Door Corridor’ is looking for artists; Studio space being rented out

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ASHTABULA - Buildings with newly painted red doors line a portion of Main Avenue in the City of Ashtabula - all looking for artists and other creative people to call them home.

Conneaut Township Park Welcomes 750 MS-150 Cyclists

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Drowning Victim's Body Recovered Off Conneaut Township Park

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