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Should the county emergency management agency office duties be a separate office?
Default judgment entered against TDM3
Wednesday, November 27, 2013 10:18 AM

PAULDING – A default judgment was entered on behalf of the Paulding County Commissioners Oct. 31 in their case against TDM3, Ltd. and others.

Common Pleas Court Judge Tiffany Reighter-Beckman found that the commissioners were due $60,018.76 on a promissory note from April 2009, with interest.

The Clerk of Courts is to issue an order of sale to the sheriff to sell property in Antwerp that was used as collateral for the note which secured a Revolving Loan Fund from the county through the office of Paulding County Economic Development.


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