Headlines for November 23, 2015

Springboro post offifi ce faces changes
Written by David Schaef

Information is that the Springboro Post Office will be undergoing changes within the next month.

Reports are that effective Saturday, Dec. 12, the sorting of Springboro mail will be done at the Conneautville Post Office as the Springboro rural carriers are being moved to the Conneautville location that day.

Mail delivery trucks will no longer drop off the rural mail at Springboro.

The Springboro post office location will be maintained and post office box holders can pick up their mail at Springboro as in past.

Unclear is the number of hours the Springboro post office will be open for window service.

Read more in this weeks issue.

 

CL Park losses continue to increase
Written by David Schaef

The October operating report from Conneaut Lake Park shows a net loss for October of $9,000 and a loss from the date of bankruptcy filing in December of 2014 of $599,000, according to documents filed in the court.

The case continues to proceed.

Lake council debates boro updates
Written by David Schaef

Dick Holabaugh opened the November Conneaut Lake Borough Council with the salute to the American Flag. Council members Bill Eldridge, John Chuey, Billy Paris, Mayor Timothy Kaider, Penny Monahan, Dwight Stallard and Mike Krepps were all in attendance. Secretary Kathryn Spencer took the minutes and there were 6 citizens present.

Acoustics continue to be a problem with hearing what Council members are discussing

For Public Comment, Sandy Eldridge stood to talk about an upcoming event at the Town Hall, and to present a check and rental agreement for usage of the Town Hall.

It’s a Wonderful Life at the Lake is a holiday event to be held at the Town Hall on November 28, at Conneaut Lake, featuring Chris Collins as Jimmy Stewart.

Sponsored by Bob and Kathy Moss, in association with the CL Historical Society and CLCDC, there is free admission, music by the Pic-a-longs Sweet Strings band and cookies and beverages.

Read more in this weeks issue.

 


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