The Hortonville Village Board recently approved creating one of the area’s first Internet exchange safe zones.
Two overhead lights and a surveillance camera cover the area just outside the police department’s squad room windows.
The exchange zone is open 24 hours, and people do not need to ask permission to use the area.
“We prefer people trade or make their exchanges during the day, but we understand that doesn’t always happen,” said Hortonville Police Chief Michael Sullivan (pictured below). “Our goal is to do everything we can to make it safe for the consumer and the seller.” To read the article which appeared in the February 10 Waupaca County News, and which received 6,000 hits, click here.
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