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Barrington’s borough council this week set aside time to honor police Sgt. Dave Uron for his actions before unanimously voting to enter a shared services agreement with Runnemede and passing a resolution in support of marriage equality.
Mayor Robert Klaus and police Chief Joseph Eisenhardt presented Uron with a plaque for his actions on March 23 in Rhode Island when he performed the Heimlich Maneuver on a choking restaurant patron.
The council members then unanimously approved an agreement to enter a shared services agreement with Runnemede regarding the services of a deputy registrar, save an abstention from Councilman Shawn Ludwig.
The body also unanimously voted to pass a resolution stating “the Barrington borough council supports marriage equality for same-sex couples.” The resolution was finalized when Council President Kirk Popiolek signed it after Klaus chose not to.
In other matters, the council also: