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Monday new Carey law director

Jessica Monday

Anthony Fletcher
Jessica Monday appointed as
Carey's new law director

Fletcher brothers fill roles on council

By Angela Huston

Jessica Monday has been appointed as Carey's new law director. She was sworn into office prior to the council meeting April 17.

Monday is an attorney with Saull Law Office in Carey. She is a graduate of Carey High School, Heidelberg College and the University of Toledo College of Law and was admitted to practice law in Ohio in 2011. She has prior experience as solicitor for Wharton and associate solicitor for Republic with Jim Gucker.

"I'm excited to get started," Monday said, noting the convenience of having an office "right around the corner" and the opportunity to "get involved in the community."

Newest council member.
Anthony Fletcher won council's vote 4-0 to fill the seat Jennifer Rathburn vacated to become mayor. Chase Fletcher abstained from voting because the two are brothers.

Anthony Fletcher, 33, who has filed to run for council as an Independent in the November election; George Soto and James Knox, a Republican who is also running for council, applied for the seat.

"An interest in the community," led Fletcher to seek a position on council.

He and his wife Chanelle grew up in Wyandot County and have lived in Carey for seven years. They have two children, Bryce, seven and Emma, four.

Council president.
Chase Fletcher follows Rathburn as council president.

Robert Styer Jr. and Chase Fletcher were nominated for the position, with Fletcher winning council's vote 3-2.

He was appointed to council in August of 2016 to fill the seat left vacant by Armand Getz's appointment as mayor.
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