Williams Co. Sheriff Says Holiday City Needs Marshal

Hol­i­day City needs a mar­shal, as far as Williams County sher­iff Steven Towns is con­cerned. He said as much in a let­ter to Hol­i­day City mayor Shawn Clark, who deliv­ered the mes­sage in a vil­lage coun­cil meet­ing last week. Offi­cials thought a mar­shal had been appointed upon the village’s found­ing in 1997, but fur­ther research showed that never hap­pened. Ohio law says Hol­i­day City is required to either have its own mar­shal or con­tract with another police depart­ment, whether that be the county sher­iff or another city’s force, for law enforce­ment services.

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