SIDNEY — The Shelby County Board of Health voted to condemn the property of Diane Worthington, 10833 Millcreek Road, Sidney, during its Wednesday, Oct. 17, meeting.
The house was condemed because of health and safety issues which weren’t resovled.
Michael and Jennifer Ledford, 2872 Jerome Drive, Houston, were found to have a Solid Waste Health Nuisance. It was determined that the board would seek bids for removal of waste.
Michael Heuker, 8825 Hoying Road, Anna, sought a waiver of registration fee, liability insurance, and surety bond in the self-installation of a sewage treatment system on his own property. Since Heuker has completed the education certification and the installation will be for his own home, the waivers were granted.
The Board voted to accept a new fee schedule. The new schedule will take effect Jan. 1. The schedule was accepted after the required three readings. The schedule will be posted in two consecutive issues of the Sidney Daily News.
The Help Me Grow program has maxed out at 30 enrollees. This is a record high for the program. Nine car seats have been given away by the Department of Health. This is up from three last month. A new shipment has arrived.
The next meeting will be held Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. The change is because of the Thanksgiving holiday.
The writer is a regular contributor to the Sidney Daily News.