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Marshville Chief of Police steps down

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Marshville Chief of Police Carl Webber will be retiring on April 30 after serving for 30 years.

Currently, there has been no decision on his replacement. Current City Manager, Amanda Reid, is stepping down and will be replaced on April 1 by an interim manager.

Fern Shubert has been named the interim town manager.

The town council will meet on April 7 to decide whether or not they will return to a mayor-council form of government -- which would mean there would be no need for a town manager.

For Chief Webber, retirement is providing an opportunity for him to travel with his wife and being able to leave work behind.

"The longer you stay in law enforcement, in my case, it adds about $7 a month more to my retirement," Webber said. "How much stuff are you going to put up with for $7-per month?"

Webber has been serving in law enforcement since 1983.

Marshville is where he began.


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