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Lake County Cities & Townships
Our leading truth seekers are on the hunt to determine the source of the foul odor coming from the Mentor City Hall.
Listen in our our dynamic duo’s telephone call discussing the latest news from Lake County, Ohio.
Mayor Potter needs to be more transparent with the Kirtland residents.
There are misunderstandings about a business’ rights versus a customer’s rights concerning mask wearing.
The City of Eastlake received $2,141,698.63 in CARES Act funding.
Review the details of how the City “filled an inside straight”…
Concord Township spent $908,879.21 in CARES Act funding.
Residents can determine if they spent it wisely, and in accordance with the rules.
Lake County Auditor Chris Galloway, and Political Consultant Amy Sabath show their mettle.
Somebody befriended them on Facebook. Oh, the humanity!
I guess he can’t be in the Kool Kids Klub.
Concord Township Strategic Planning meeting to be held on January 29th.
No video available. Here is the Powerpoint presentation on Zoning Violations and Nuisances.
The Willoughby Hills employees, at the expense of the taxpayers, have tapped into a very rich vein of pure gold. As the famous comedian, Jackie Gleason, used to say “How sweet it is!”
We support Nancy Fellows – now is the time for all Willoughby Hills residents to come to the aid of Nancy. Bullying and tyranny from government officials is NEVER acceptable. Residents may want to look at the possibility of a recall of Mayor Andy Gardner.
Kirtland needs $14 – $17 million to fix their roads…Elected officials discover that governing is a lot harder than running for office.
Concord Township’s Trustees Defend Local Businesses – Tells Governor Lockdown Not An Option
[LFC Comments: Thanks to the News-Herald for this article on Mayor Potter’s reversal on his proposed tax increases for their road repairs. Hopefully, they can find some magic answers to solve their road problems.] ***** LAKE COUNTY Kirtland plan for… Read More ›
SOS to Elected Officials…Save us from Governor DeWine
Mayor and Council Members Raising Taxes Without a Vote of the People
[LFC Comments: We have been asked to publish the following response from the Affordable Concord Taxes group regarding the passage of Issue 1.] ***** 47% or 5,830 citizens felt that the proposed stations are clearly too large and expensive for… Read More ›
Another Viewpoint Regarding Concord Township Issue 1 Written by Stephen Lee Submitted October 29, 2020 The upcoming election represents enormous consequences, certainly on a national level but there are many important local issues as well. And none are more contested… Read More ›
LFC Comments: We were willing to state our case for why we did not support the Concord Fire Levy [Issue 1], and let the voters decide on November 3rd. However, the tactics employed by the Trustees, Administrator and the Fire… Read More ›
LFC is very concerned about actions taken by politicians and bureaucrats that are detrimental to the welfare of the citizens that they are supposed to serve. We cannot stand idly by and allow bureaucrats to abuse the rights of any… Read More ›
Comments by Brian Massie – Concord resident…14 years Mr. Morgan McIntosh “let the cat out of the bag” when he acknowledged that they only need $6 million, but are going for an $8 million levy to give them a cushion…. Read More ›
The change in the City of Kirtland’s leadership has been very perplexing to us. They now have extreme liberal Democrats running the beautiful city. Why? The proud and resolute Mayor Kevin Potter convinced voters he could magically fix all the… Read More ›
[LFC Comments: Thanks to a Kirtland lobbyist for this article. With the recent shootings resulting in deaths and severe injuries in Painesville, we wonder what is going on in the city, and does it portend increasing problems in the County… Read More ›