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There’s nothing like feeling the energy and watching the process in the room as the actors light bulbs go on or witnessing a genuine moment that happens,” Susi said. “I mean, it’s hard to recreate that on the other side of the screen. Another challenge for a director who is directing online, in addition to not being in the space and witnessing those moments, I think it’s hard for directors to really see how actors can use the space.” Stage Manager Michelle Sweet said that the production has been a learning process. “It’s been very interesting. We’ve all been very patient with one another,” Sweet said. “We’re all doing this for the first time. So there’s been a lot of one step forward, two steps back, but then we eventually get on the right track.” Despite the challenges, the cast and crew are excited to be back on stage. Tamsen Warner works on the stage of the “Almost, Maine” production at the Waterville Opera House recently. Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel “This is what we do: We perform,” actor Jeralyn Shattuck said. “No matter how it seems, it feels really good to be acting again.”  Jeralyn and her husband, Bart Shattuck, are performing in the show together. [Production]

It was an attempt to get East Ohio Regional Water Authority on the same page so people weren’t paying more to the waste authority,” Davies said of a previous administration. “But they lowered theirs and decided 4,000 gallons was an average usage.” Davies noted raising the minimum consumption will not cost residents anymore money. “It seemed like the average went up in the city,” he said. The minimum cost for water is $26.54 per month. Meanwhile, a recent free service to the city’s residents was deemed a success by Davies. A spring cleanup was recently held bonuses on First Street near the former city garage property. Residents were permitted to bring their unwanted household items to dumpsters placed there. “It went well and it was well attended,” he said. “It was well-run.