Mondayevening during the city Common Council meeting, Mayor Mark Senter read a proclamation and presented Bill Waters with a Key to the City.

Mr. Walters resigned his seat on the Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety because he and his wife Pam are moving out of the city.

The proclamation detailed Bill’s dedication to the City of Plymouth and Marshall County since their move to the county in 1979.  Bill worked as the Argos Police Chief, was a founding board member of the Marshall County Humane Society, a former board member and president of the Marshall County Blueberry Festival, and the treasurer of Habitat of Humanity.

Bill was caucused on to the Plymouth Common Council in 2017 replacing Councilman Mike Delp and after not being reelected in 2019 he stayed on as a community member of the Board of Public Works and Safety.  Bill also served on the City Plan Commission until his resignation this month and stayed busy driving for the Marshall County Council on Aging for several years.

Mayor Senter said, “Bill’s leadership and commitment to our community are renowned countywide and he has earned the respect of other county leaders and the affection of a host of area residents who are proud to call him friend.” 

Mayor Mark then presented Bill Walters with the Key to the City.