Enforcement issues approved

Staff Writer
Columbus CEO

WAUSEON - The Fulton County commissioners recently approved items regarding Fulton County law enforcement.

The commissioners approved a contract with Jeremy Simon for the purchase of Fulton County law enforcement dog Arny Ozarkuv Sen.

Ohio Revised Code states only the dog’s handler may purchase the dog upon its retirement from active duty. It was noted Deputy Simon has purchased the dog.

Commissioners also approved a resolution authorizing the board president to execute a quote with EmergiTech, Inc., on behalf of the county’s sheriff’s office. The contract is for an upgrade to the hardware and software of an existing 9-1-1 product.

The board also approved a contract with the Fulton County prosecutor for services on behalf of the Department of Job and Family Services for the purpose of enforcing child support in 2014. Also approved was a contract with Infintech, LLC, on behalf of the Eastern District Court for the purpose of processing payments by the public.

( Information courtesy of the Fulton County commissioners.)