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Phillip Boyles, manager at the Park Hotel, speaks during a public safety meeting at Put-in-Bay.

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Village councilman Jeff Koehler speaks during a public safety meeting at Put-in-Bay.

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Scott Bellinger speaks during a public safety meeting at Put-in-Bay.

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An inflatable Santa drops his drawers in celebrations of Christmas in July at Put-in-Bay.

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Police Chief Ric Lampela speaks during a public safety meeting.

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Mayor Margaret Scarpelli, left, listens as Police Chief Ric Lampela speaks.

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About 70 people attend a public safety meeting at Put-in-Bay.

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Phillip Boyles, right, manager at the Park Hotel, listens during a public safety meeting.

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Mayor Margaret Scarpelli, left, listens as Police Chief Ric Lampela speaks.

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The sun begins to set on boaters enjoying Christmas in July at Put-in-Bay.

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Boats begin to fill the docks for the annual Christmas in July weekend at Put-in-Bay.

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Ed Fitzgerald, owner of Mr. Ed's, speaks during a public safety meeting at Put-in-Bay.

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Boats begin to fill C-Dock for the annual Christmas in July weekend at Put-in-Bay

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Resident Ty Winchester speaks during a public safety meeting.

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Denny Rectenwald, owner of Harriet's House, speaks during a public safety meeting.

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Tim Niese Sr., owner of Level 2 and several other island businesses, speaks during a public safety meeting.

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Put-in-Bay police officers listen.

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Middle Bass Island resident Laura Schanz speaks during a public safety meeting.

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Bob Bransome, owner of Ashley's Island House, speaks during a public safety meeting.

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Put-in-Bay Resort owner Mark Mathys speaks during a public safety meeting.

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Mayor Margaret Scarpelli listens during a public safety meeting.

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