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Happy New Year to Our Readers!

January 1, 2010

As we look forward to 2010, we will be adding some features to The Erie Wire to help us deliver on regionally-focused information and develop networking opportunities for a progressive online community. Also, if you haven’t already heard, you can expect to see The Erie Wire unveil a new website under the domain “eriewire.org” very soon. This website will offer stronger features, improved functionality, the latest in online tools and software, HD compatibility, and a friendly interface.

Local Government Updates

At any level of government, effective leadership of a diverse population goes beyond the promises of elected officials. Expect more coverage on how municipal, county and regional state departments are using taxpayer dollars to meet your expectations as a citizen of the great lakes basin upon the launching of our new website.

Sandusky Social Networking

Do you use Facebook, Myspace and other social networking sites to keep your contacts updated? The launching of locally-oriented sandusky.ning.com allows community organizations, local businesses, active citizens and property owners to create and customize profiles, post and upload pictures, video and information updates FREE. Connect with your neighbors and network with those who are passionate about Sandusky and its inherent resilience as a Great Lakes community. (This website is provided by The Erie Wire and its existence depends solely on the willingness of the community to find it useful. If and when the community decides to use sandusky.ning.com, we will ensure its ability to operate for FREE in perpetuity.)

Great Lakes Regional Trends

The Great Lakes remains the largest living freshwater system on the planet, and supports the vitality of both the public and private sectors immediately surrounding it. As resource shortages become more apparent around the globe, protection and preservation of this important ecosystem is a top priority for coastal communities, national and international. Environmentally-conscious efforts are being made on behalf of the region by bordering states and provinces as the green industry is opening up endless opportunities for innovation to provide answers to the energy crisis. The Erie Wire has spent the greater parts of 2009 developing relationships among the efforts surrounding sustainability and the green industry, you can expect to read and watch coverage about these efforts and see the story unfold, right here at The Erie Wire.

Thank you for your support throughout our first year!

Joshua Pribanic discussing The Erie Wire in 2008 with professors at Bowling Green State University.

Lauren Berlekamp hosting her radio show at 88.1WBGU/FM.

In Good Soil,

Lauren C. Berlekamp

Joshua B. Pribanic

Co-founders of The Erie Wire

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. Adam J. permalink
    January 1, 2010 7:20 am

    Happy New Year Erie Wire!

    Excited about what’s to come for 2010. I hope your still planning on offering articles from elsewhere…? it’s great to have access to so many ideas from across the internet. Nice work in 2009!

  2. January 2, 2010 1:08 am

    Thanks Adam.

    You can be sure that we’ll incorporate a wire of article headlines into our new website. There’s always great work being accomplished by others, and we will continue to praise their efforts.

    Also, thanks to everyone who shared their support by email.

  3. Sandusky Resident permalink
    January 3, 2010 11:38 am

    You guys rock! I love this website!

  4. Toby permalink
    February 6, 2010 10:43 pm

    I just discovered this website recently and im very impressed. Im a relatively new resident of the Erie County area but I already have strong views and concerns for Sandusky and the area in general. I really appreciate any kind of local, progressive independent news source.

    Thanks a million!

  5. February 6, 2010 11:12 pm

    Thanks Toby and SR!

    We really appreciate your support. Toby: If you want us to cover some of your concerns, feel free to send us an email – eriewire@gmail.com – and we’ll look into it. Also, if you want to write an editorial we can try to publish some of your views.

    You’re welcome a trillion!

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