Williams County Appoints State AG As Special Prosecutor


By: James Pruitt

The Williams Board of County Commissioners met briefly June 30 before its long Fourth of July weekend to take care of some housekeeping measures.
The board approved the following resolutions:
-Appointing Attorney General Mike DeWine and his assistant attorneys general as special prosecutors to avoid a conflict of interests. The request came from Prosecutor Katharine J. Zartman.
– Approved an IV-E contract with Kid’s Count Too for child placement and related services for $66,500. The contract is through Jobs and Family Services and runs through the end of the year.
– Amended a contract between JFS and Inner Peace Homes for Title IV-E Agencies and Providers for child placement and related services through Aug. 5.
– Approved a license agreement between Hillside Country Living and Second Wind Dreams for the former’s staff to be trained to give Virtual Dementia Tours. The program will be funded through a $2,520 grant from the Bryan Area Foundation.
– Approved a new change order for the reconstruction of Main Street in Montpelier that drops the final cost $22,426.47 to $652,589.29. The original cost was $658,858.
The board’s next meeting is July 6.

James Pruitt may be reached at

© 2016, The Village Reporter and/or Associated Press (AP). All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


Be the first to comment on "Williams County Appoints State AG As Special Prosecutor"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.