HENRY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS APPROVE HOME DEMOLITION CONTRACT
Friday, August 30, 2013
The Henry County Commissioners have approved a contract with a company from Fayette to demolish a couple of homes on Yeager Street in Napoleon, as part of the ‘move Ohio forward’ program. That contract is for $15,645, and includes structures at 259 and 261 Yeager Street.
Commissioners also accepted a draw of about $9,200 from the Ohio Department Services Agency for a home rehab project in Deshler, and for the homeless prevention program.
The Henry County Board accepted the Solid Waste Management plan from the district board.
Henry County Commissioners went into executive session with Alan Gruenhagen, director of the child support enforcement agency, to discuss personnel issues, but no action was taken.
CountyAuditor Kevin Garringer talked to commissioners about his testimony before the House Tax Reform Legislative Study Committee Hearing, which is scheduled for next Tuesday in WoodCounty.
And the commissioners will be meeting with Congressman Bob Latta, who will be visiting HenryCounty on Friday morning, along with a tour of Custom Agri Systems.
HenryCounty residents are reminded, the county offices will be closed Monday due to the Labor Day Holiday. However the county landfill transfer station will be open Saturday from 8 till , and also closed Monday.