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New Lake Erie Beach Guide available

12:00 pm, Mon August 18, 2008 –

A new Lake Erie Beach Guide, created in a partnership between Ohio Sea Grant, the Lake Erie Coastal Ohio National Scenic Byway, and the Cuyahoga County Board of Health, gives visitors to Ohio’s North Coast the locations and amenities of 31 beaches at a glance. The free brochure is available at all Lake Erie area visitors bureaus or by calling 800.368.LAKE.

In addition to a list of features, the brochure includes contact information for county visitors bureaus and the Bathing Beach Monitoring Hotline (866.644.6224) for up-to-date beach conditions. Users of Huntington and Edgewater beaches are also directed to visit , a website that provides daily water quality information for those locations by 9:30 a.m. Memorial Day through Labor Day.

“The Lake Erie Beach Guide is a means of providing the public and visitors with information about Ohio’s Lake Erie beaches so their beach experience can be fun and safe,” said Jill Lis, Supervisor at the Cuyahoga County Board of Health. “The guide offers details on swimming access, lifeguard availability, where to obtain water quality information, as well as stewardship tips for helping to protect Ohio’s beaches. Everyone has a role in ensuring that Lake Erie remains not only one of our natural resources, but also a Great Lake. This Guide is an opportunity to convey this message.

ARTICLE TITLE: New Lake Erie Beach Guide available PUBLISHED: 12:00 pm, Mon August 18, 2008 | MODIFIED: 1:12 pm, Tue April 28, 2015
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Stacy Brannan-Smith
Authored By: Stacy Brannan-Smith
Communications Specialist, Disability Rights Ohio

Stacy Brannan-Smith has worked in the communications field for more than a dozen years and was Associate Editor at Ohio Sea Grant from 2008 to 2010. She currently serves as Communications Specialist at Disability Rights Ohio, the federally designated protection and advocacy agency for people with disabilities in Ohio, where she oversees the organization’s media relations, social media, website, branding and general communications efforts. She lives in Worthington with her husband, Adam, and her son, Henson.