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Money directed toward Ohio’s Mentor Harbor/Lagoons

Mentor Marsh/Lagoons as the root of a fallen cottonwood tree sees it. The ODNR has announced that it will spend $500,000 on an erosion project at the harbor/lagoons. (Photo by Jeffrey L. Frischkorn)
After a century of being battered by Lake Erie waves and erosion, the famed Mentor Harbor/Lagoons has a “white knight” riding to its rescue. In mid-March, Ohio General Assembly members state Rep. Jamie Callender, R-Concord Township, and state Sen. Jerry Cirino, R-Kirtland, addressed the three-member Lake County Commissioners that the Ohio DNR will be the conduit for $500,000 in legislatively approved money for the so-named “Mentor Erosion Project.”
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