12/2/15 – 7:08 A.M.
Fostoria’s current and former mayors are battling it out publicly over a proposed change in tax policy. The Courier reports former Mayor John Davoli spoke out against ending a tax credit for people who work outside the city during a Tuesday night meeting. Davoli accused the current administration of failing to prepare for the end of a grant paying for firefighters. He also said the city should cut overtime for the police and fire departments.
The speech didn’t go over well with current Mayor Eric Keckler. He said most overtime is due to contractual obligations. Keckler added that an amendment to the city’s charter made when Davoli was mayor makes it impossible to make changes to overtime policy.
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