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Monroe Town Marshal Dio Hernandez has submitted his resignation from that post, effective at year’s end. Hernandez has accepted another employment opportunity in western Indiana.
Monroe Council President Al Lehman said the town is “looking into some things” regarding law enforcement in the town. He said applications for the position are not being accepted at this time. “We need to keep in mind that we have coverage in Monroe” from the Adams County Sheriff’s Department, Lehman said.
Parking was the main area of discussion at Monday morning’s work session of the Adams County Commissioners, specifically as it pertains to a proposed new superior court in Decatur.
The holiday favorite “The Nutcracker” was presented by the Toledo Ballet to a capacity crowd at the Niswonger Performing Arts Center in Van Wert Saturday night.
Items were auctioned off at a fast and furious pace Saturday morning at the Monroe Volunteer Fire Department during the annual auction to benefit the fire department and the Adams County Sheriff’s Reserves. Items for the auction were donated by area merchants and businesses.
Adams County Sheriff Shane Rekeweg, left, accepts a $200 donation to the Sheriffâ€™s Canine Unit and a $200 donation for Saturday sheriffâ€™s reserves auction from Adam Eguia, representing Limberlost Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6236. The post also donated $200 to the Cops for Kids Fund. Accepting that donation was Fraternal Order of Police President Kevin Gerber.
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Ushered into the waiting room but denied access to the main lobby last time, city officials are eager to try again in 2015 for a Stellar Communities grant. City council on Tuesday night unanimously agreed to go forward with another application next year.
It also agreed on a 5-0 vote to hire a full-time community coordinator who would, among other things, pull together various groups to offer a strong presentation to Stellar Communities officials.
For Geneva Town Councilman Doug Milligan, Tuesday evening’s monthly town council meeting was a bittersweet occasion. The event marked the final meeting for Milligan as a representative on the town’s governing council, a position he has held for the past six years.
In its first distribution of teacher performance grants, the State of Indiana Thursday awarded more than 1,300 schools with $30 million to reward thousands of high-performing teachers.
Receiving grant awards in Adams County were Adams Central elementary, middle and high schools, Bellmont middle and high schools and South Adams elementary, middle and high schools.