Salem town hall Dan Valentine is back at work. The Hockey Is My Valentine Hockey Lover Valentines Day Mens Boys hot Shirt commissioner voted on Thursday to reinstate him shortly after a brief special meeting. He has been on paid administrative leave since November 12 after being arrested on October 25 for burglary at a Columbian liquor store. Last Friday, he pleaded guilty in Mahoning District Court in Canfield to a revised charge of disorderly conduct, which is a minor charge and must pay a $100 fine.
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Committee chairman Bill Heston said after speaking to the legal counsel, “I see no reason why we cannot reinstate Mr. Valentine at this time. We’ve got some letters of support. Both Trustee Ray Heddleson and Trustee John Wilms said they were not opposed to the restoration. Heston said the Hockey Is My Valentine Hockey Lover Valentines Day Mens Boys hot Shirt letters support Valentine. When asked whether they had received anything negative for Valentine, they said they didn’t have one.
Valentine, 53, from Leetonia, has been Chairman of Salem Town Council since August 1, 1991, and retired from the Deathly Town Police Department two years ago. He did not attend the special meeting. When contacted about being reinstated, he said he had no comment. At the time, he was passing on gifts to families who were receiving help through the annual Care and Share program. The charges against him come from an incident when he was accused of pocketing five small bottles of wine from Wine Connection, route 14 state, Columbiana, and not paying for them. He bought beer with his credit card. As part of the Hockey Is My Valentine Hockey Lover Valentines Day Mens Boys hot Shirt plea, Valentine was ordered not to contact Wine Connection.
When contacted by police about the incident and after trying to reimburse and return alcohol at the store, Valentine told the coroner that he had just forgotten to pay. The next meeting of commissioners is 10 a.m. on December 29, which is when they will re-hold for next year. Both Trustee Ray Heddleson and Trustee John Wilms said they were not opposed to the restoration.