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PIONEER VILLAGE COUNCIL: Tour Of Honor To Pass Through Pioneer & June Meeting Date Rescheduled

PHOTO BY ANNA WOZNIAK / THE VILLAGE REPORTEREQUIPMENT DONATION … Pioneer Police Chief Tim Livengood was granted permission to donate equipment no longer used by the department to the Williams County Engineer’s Office.

By: Anna Wozniak
THE VILLAGE REPORTER
anna@thevillagereporter.com

The Pioneer Village Council met on Monday, April 8th, at 7 p.m. Present were councilors Trever West, Will Cable, Randy Cochran, Dean Frisbee, Joseph Nikloy, and Ben Fiser alongside Fiscal Officer Gina Gruber, Pioneer Mayor Edward…


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