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Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Monday, 07 December 2009 11:38
PEMBERVILLE - Village Council agreed Tuesday night to remove the "acting" from Police Chief John Darling's title, offering him a $43,000 salary.
Council will send the proposed contract to solicitor Michael Marsh for review. Members approved the agreement after a 25-minute executive session on personnel.
The contract includes a 90-day probationary period and following a favorable review, a $500 salary increase.
Darling was a full-time sergeant with the village police department before being appointed acting chief in November.
Earlier in the meeting council approved a 2010 village employee ordinance setting a range of $42,000 to $46,000 salary range for a police chief. The sergeant's position was changed to part-time, with a salary range of $14 to $18 per hour. The full-time sergeant's salary had been $18.36 per hour. Eric Campbell cast the lone vote against the employee ordinance.
Council also:
¥ Approved new sewer rates to reflect the debt payment schedule on improvements to the wastewater treatment plant. In January rates will increase from $9.25 a month to $12 a month. In April the rate goes to $15 a month and in August the rate goes to $18 a month. Campbell also voted against this ordinance.

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