Marshall Hires Four Police Officers

| May 21, 2013
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Four new police officers were hired at Monday night’s City Council meeting in Marshall.  Click to hear KMZU’s Sarah Scott speak with City Administrator Connie Latimer:

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Fred Hayes, Jr., Matthew Renfrow, George Vance, and Wilburn Walker will serve as full time, entry-level officers.  Latimer said Hayes is a local resident.  “We’ve had several retirements, several resignations.  You know, young officers and people come here and get experience, and they move on to other things or they leave the police field all together,” said Latimer, “Once in a while there’s just a growing pain.  Police Departments tend to have those.  You know, some come and stay forever, some come and don’t stay very long, and that’s for various reasons.”

A request from the Marshall Chamber of Commerce was heard and approved.  A City Wide Yard Sale will now be held June 15th.  Anyone wishing to have their sale put on a city map must fill out a form.  Those will be posted at within the next few days.  The fee to be included is $5 and the deadline is June 7th.  The form must include a name, location, and general description of items for sale.

At the request of City Counselor Don Stouffer, Council adjourned to executive session to discuss personnel matters after the meeting.

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