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Forest City man hired as Manly police officer

Aaron Pals, Manly Police Chief
Aaron Pals, Manly Police Chief

MANLY – The city of Manly in Worth county has hired a new police officer.

Police Chief Aaron Pals updated the city council on Wednesday regarding the hiring of a new police officer. Mayor Kevin Isaacson presented candidate Cameron Curoe to the table with an annual salary of $35,000.00, plus an increase of $1,000.00 after he has completed the academy and pending passing his physical.

The council approved the hiring of Curoe unanimously. Curoe’s hiring fills the vacancy left by Chis Piper who resigned in June. The Manly police department employs the Chief – Pals – and just one other officer.

Curoe lives in Forest City with his wife, Casey, who is in her fourth season as the women’s head soccer coach at Waldorf College.

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Just the truth dick

I see nothing but words, where’s your proof, or is it just jealous and envious heresay.

What a waste of money his first order of business is to take the streets of manly back from his vicious kitty cats that that have taken over and have people trapped in fear in their homes his second order of business is to scrap all the junk at everyone’s yard manly for his Uncle Buck also known as Boss Hogg the funny part is he has a 1980 Ford Tempo in his yard

Is this jealousy or envy?

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