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Host Don O'Malley presents Gog.

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Clip from the City-Wide Ward Meeting held on February 8, 2022 featuring Economic Development Director Ted Esborn presenting a sample of a possible proposal for the Power Plant Re-Development Project. Mayor Greg Zilka also speaks.
A regular meeting of the Avon Lake City Council held on March 28, 2022.
Rob Dzurec from the Cleveland Botanical Gardens discusses planting edible plants in your garden at the March 3, 2022 meeting of the Avon-on-the-Lake Garden Club.
A Collective Committee Meeting of the Avon Lake City Council held on March 21, 2022.
Host Jen Miller meets with Father Ronald J. Wearsch, Pastor of St. Joseph Parish, who talks about their one-of-a-kind Lenten fish fry, other community programs of the church, and what it was like growing up in Avon Lake.
A regular meeting of the Avon Lake City Council held on March 14, 2022. Please note: Due to technical difficulties, the first 10 minutes of the meeting is audio only.
Host Eva Starr discusses Aries, the Zodiac Flavor of the Month, spring cleaning thru the Zodiac signs, and weeding out the garden of your mind.
Host Don O'Malley presents the final installment of Tim Tyler's Luck.

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A work session and collective committee meeting, followed by a special meeting of the Avon Lake City Council held on March 7, 2022.
Host Jen Miller meets with Avon Lake Public Works Director, Joe Reitz, to discuss the Northeast Ohio Public Involvement, Public Education (NEO PIPE) public outreach campaign, "Native Roots for Clean Water".
Host Rudy Breglia interviews Mark Pukita, Candidate for the US Senate.
Host Don O'Malley presents part 2 of Tim Tyler's Luck.

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A regular meeting of the Avon Lake City Council held on February 28, 2022.
Avon Lake Police Chief Vince Molnar talks about the “9 PM Routine.” These simple steps can help prevent you from becoming a victim of property crimes.