Perrysburg residents, council, mayor address flap over prosecutor post, assistant prosecutor's firing - Sentinel-Tribune: News

Perrysburg residents, council, mayor address flap over prosecutor post, assistant prosecutor's firing

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Posted: Wednesday, February 21, 2018 11:41 am

PERRYSBURG — A desire to move forward from the controversy around the city prosecutor job and the termination of the assistant prosecutor was stated by residents and echoed by both city council members and administration during Tuesday’s meeting.

Longtime resident Jim Hagen read a letter addressed to council and administration during resident concerns, in which he discussed his disappointment with recent administration and council interactions. Hagen said he was concerned over the trajectory of council’s judgment and the possibility that the decision to vote down the mayor and law director's selection for prosecutor, and the comments that followed, were based on political bias. A vote of 4-3 on Feb. 6 went against the appointment of Chynna Fifer, though she later was hired as an interim prosecutor to fill in for outgoing Prosecutor Marty Aubry, who is retiring in April.

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