Removing a political opponent’s yard sign is considered a misdemeanor in Ohio, subject to a $1,000 maximum fine, and a black mark on your permanent record.
Lake County Politics
“I have not seen evidence that qualifies for a misdemeanor charge against the President…”
The Budget Commission is no longer the watchdog for taxpayers on excessive taxation thanks to Prosecutor Coulson’s ruling.
Lake County’s hardworking Recorder shares what is happening in the Recorder’s Office.
We can see a storm brewing over Lake County, and it may be in the F5 category.
Governor DeWine made a great selection for the new Lake County Juvenile Court.
Watch and listen to some of the leading conservatives in the State of Ohio.
Learn about the patriotic team from Willoughby Hills…
What are the facts about Laketran and Geauga Transit agreement & Ohio’s Checkbook Program?…updated 2:30 pm
Laketran’s CEO, Mr. Ben Capelle, answers the questions raised by Lake County citizens.
A very positive message from Becky Lynch for July. “A future with confidence that ‘the best is yet to come’.”
Jamie Callender votes with the Democrats. You shall know them by their fruits.
New offices, new garage, pay increases, how sweet it is!
They may want to stream in our suggested song into their buses.
Out-of-state special interest groups with deep-pockets are repeatedly trying to hijack Ohio’s Constitution with their radical agendas.
The question we have is: “WHO WILL STAND UP TO PROTECT THE CHILDREN OF LAKE COUNTY AND THE STATE OF OHIO.
We need to “get out the voters” for Issue 1. It is projected that only 12% – 15% of registered voters will vote in the August 8th election.
The Lake County Gun Range will be a state of the art training facility, and will be available to all Lake County police departments.
Commissioner John Plecnik is concerned about the Lake County’s School Districts loss of revenue due to a cut in the Senate Budget.
Suzanne Casar, Director of Lake County’s Job and Family Services makes everyone aware of the problem of Elder abuse, neglect or exploitation.
Read about the update to the Lake County land records.
An all day event…Noon to 4:45 pm drag queens performing!
When will the average citizen say “enough is enough”? Who is stepping up to protect our children?
Want to learn about who gets what at Lakeland Community College?
Workforce Development is big business.
Disciplinary Counsel rules that Judge Lucci did not lose his temper in dealing with a defendant.
On April 20th, Commissioner John Plecnik was recognized with the first-ever James A. Garfield Leadership Award by the Lake County Republican Party at their annual Lincoln Day dinner at the American-Croatian Lodge in Eastlake.
Commissioner Hamercheck uncovers a problem.