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Feasel steps down; board seeks interim
A separation agreement was reached between Thursday night between the Perrysburg School District and embattled Treasurer Matt Feasel. The agreement includes his resignation as treasurer. Mr. Feasel needs to sign the agreement to make it official before its terms are released to the public. That is expected to happen today.

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