Zoar (OH) Volunteer Fire Department Facing Eviction

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The Zoar (OH) Volunteer Fire Department has three days to move from the fire station or face eviction proceedings in court, reports timesreproter.com.

The earliest an eviction case can be filed is Monday, following the Village Council’s April 23 vote to evict the fire department. The village and the fire department both claim ownership of the station at 190 Fifth St., and the main basis for the fire department’s claim is the written record of a Dec. 9, 1953 Village Council meeting in which members agreed to give land to the fire department for a new fire station.

Village officials, however, plan to use the fire station as a community and safety center in conjunction with the Bolivar Fire Department.

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