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WILLIAMS COUNTY COMMISSIONERS: Two Bids Opened & Insurance Renewal Discussed

PHOTO BY ANNA WOZNIAK / THE VILLAGE REPORTERPOLICY RENEWAL … Russ Davies met with the Williams County Commissioners during their Thursday, April 4th session to discuss the particulars of the county’s liability insurance CORSA renewal options. The commissioners have until April 19, 2024 to make a final decision regarding the renewal.

By: Anna Wozniak

The Williams County Commissioners met regularly last week on Tuesday and Thursday, with Tuesday’s general sessio…


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