At a modern Fayette County Land Bank assembly, sealed bids were accepted for a number of qualities.

People bids had been:

-824 John St. – Profitable bidder was Christopher Williams for $5,149.

-229 Eco-friendly St. – Productive bidder was Brenda S. Hughes for $10,000.

-1031 Lakeview Ave. – Prosperous bidder was James Downing, dba Habitat for Humanity of Fayette County Inc., for $7,000.

-104 E. Paint St.- Profitable bidder was Jaret Bishop, dba JLB1 Homes, for $3,650.

The subsequent board customers were being current in the course of the land bank meeting: Commissioner Tony Anderson, Washington C.H. Town Supervisor Joe Denen, Commissioner Dan Dean, County Auditor Brenda Mossbarger, County Treasurer Susan Dunn, Branen Weade and Buck Minyo. Also in attendance have been Bambi Baughn and Steve Creed, and Chris Williams through GoToMeeting.

There will be a submitting with the Board of Revisions foreclosure for 11880 St. Route 38 N.E.

Title do the job will be proceeded with for the following attributes: 433 E. Courtroom St., 833 Millwood Ave., 738 E. Paint St., 1228 E. Paint Avenue, 543 Albin Ave., 520 Carolyn Road, 414 Earl Ave., 734 S. Fayette St., 318 Florence St., 615 E. Paint St., 1221 E. Paint St., and 419 Western Ave.

Title do the job will also be performed for the next qualities: 304 S. North St., 503 S. North St., 310 Cherry St., 1227 Willard St., 1226 E. Paint St., 710 Clinton Ave., 903 S. North St., and 803 N. North St.

Dunn offered a balance of $147,589.40.

The upcoming Land Bank conference is scheduled for Monday, March 29 at 10:30 a.m., second ground meeting room, Fayette County Administration Setting up. The conference can also be attended by way of GoToMeeting.

In other news from the commissioners’ business office, Myron Priest was reappointed as a trustee of Fayette County Memorial Medical center, extending his appointment to May 2, 2021.

Beth Potts was appointed as a county prevention specialist to the Central Ohio Regional Avoidance Council for a two-year time period efficient March 1, 2021.

Steve Luebbe, Fayette County engineer, was approved to enter into a deal with Burgess & Niple, Inc. The reason of the contract is to give engineering style perform connected with the rehabilitation of the Prairie Street, Snow Hill Street and Zimmerman Street bridges scheduled for this summer. The expense is approximated at $18,500.

Remain with the Report-Herald weekly for more updates from the Fayette County Commissioners. The Fayette County Commissioners’ Workplace is positioned at 133 S. Primary St., suite 401 in Washington Court Residence, and their office several hours are Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. They can be achieved at 740-335-0720. Condensed minutes from the meetings are readily available on the county internet site.

Achieve journalist Jennifer Woods at 740-313-0355.