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Painesville is the county seat of Lake County, Ohio. Established in 1805, the town was originally known as Champion, named for Henry Champion, the man who surveyed the community. Residents quickly changed the town
 
Painesville is the county seat of Lake County, Ohio. Established in 1805, the town was originally known as Champion, named for Henry Champion, the man who surveyed the community. Residents quickly changed the town
 
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Painesville is the county seat of Lake County, Ohio. Established in 1805, the town was originally known as Champion, named for Henry Champion, the man who surveyed the community. Residents quickly changed the town