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The Marshalltown Premier League plays soccer every Sunday at Toledo Heights Park, with 13 teams competing in head-to-head matches. The league had a late start this year due to negotiations with the City of Toledo, but Salud Sanchez took over running the league and negotiated a new contract with a police presence in the park. However, due to staffing issues, the police department is unable to place an officer in the park, so Sanchez is looking to hire private security. Sanchez also runs his own food stand, La Hielerita, which has become a popular attraction on game days.

According to a report from Times Republican, the Marshalltown Premier League is back in action, playing soccer in Toledo Heights Park on bright Sunday mornings. This league features thirteen teams of young men who compete in head-to-head matches to work themselves up to the championship at the end of the season. The league got a late start this year due to certain dealings with the City of Toledo, but after some unfortunate incidents in previous years, Salud Sanchez stepped in and took over the running of the league and negotiations with the city.

One of the new terms that Sanchez implemented is a police presence in the park. Sanchez raised money with the league to pay for a Toledo Police Officer to be present in the park in case of any incident. Due to the Toledo Police Department’s staffing issues, currently, this need is not being met. Officers do a drive-thru every once in a while on game days, but the department isn’t presently able to place an officer in the park. Searching for a solution, Sanchez has approached the council about using the money to hire private security.

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Police in the park on game days isn’t uncommon to see, however. Chief Quigley and Officer Ryan were in attendance at the last game day for one simple reason: lunch. One of Salud’s many improvements on game day includes his own food stand, La Hielerita. As Salud stands up front taking orders and serving plates of delicious tacos, his mom stands behind him cooking away. The officers had to wait quite a while to be served as the line for La Hielerita never seemed to diminish. It appeared, at times, that more people showed up for Salud’s mother’s cooking rather than to watch the games.

Sanchez has made several enhancements to the league, including the addition of his own food stand, La Hielerita. This has become a popular spot for players and spectators alike, with people lining up for the delicious tacos that Sanchez and his mother serve. Despite the setbacks with the City of Toledo, Sanchez has worked hard to keep the league running smoothly and safely.

If you’ve been by the Toledo Heights Park on a Sunday morning in the past couple of summers, chances are you’ve seen the Marshalltown Premier League playing soccer. With thirteen teams competing in head-to-head matches, this league is a popular attraction for young men in the area. While there have been some issues with the City of Toledo in the past, Salud Sanchez has stepped in and made several improvements to the league, including the addition of his own food stand. Despite the setbacks, the Marshalltown Premier League is back up and running, providing a fun and competitive outlet for soccer players in the area.

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