Scioto County Prosecutor Shane A. Tieman, announce that a contract between the Village of New Boston and Scioto County Sheriff has been approved.
Mr. Tieman arranged for all parties to meet at the Scioto County Prosecutor’s Office on Monday, September 24, 2018 to discuss the recent issues involving the Village of New Boston’s use of the Scioto County Jail to house inmates charged with violating the Village of New Boston’s ordinances. Present at the meeting were Bryan Davis, Commissioner, Mike Crabtree, Commissioner, and Cathy Coleman, Commissioner for the Scioto County Board of Commissioners. Also, present were Scioto County Sheriff Marty Donini, the Village of New Boston Mayor, Junior Williams and Village Solicitor, Justin Blume.
Bringing all parties to the table to discuss this issue allowed everyone to express their concerns and needs. More importantly, the parties were able to reach an agreement that is satisfactory to all the parties in less than an hour. Commissioner, Bryan Davis, was pleased with the outcome and commented that “this is the way government should work. Everyone coming to table to make it work for the citizens of our county.
The Scioto County Board of Commissioners approved the contract in their Tuesday, September 25, 2018 meeting with the approval of the Scioto County Prosecutor, Shane A. Tieman and Scioto County Sheriff, Marty Donini. The Village of New Boston Council called a special meeting and approved the contract with the approval of Mayor, Junior Williams and the Village Solicitor, Justin Blume.
The contract allows for the Village of New Boston, Ohio to utilize the Scioto County Jail to house violators of the Village Ordinances at the expense of the Village in accordance with the Ohio Revised Code.