Land lender razing a single residence, discusses choices on other folks

Crews from Lehotay Trucking and Excavating are razing an abandoned residence on North Eighth Street in Cambridge for the Guernsey County Land Bank. Workers were tearing down the structure by hand due to the close proximity of the neighboring homes.

Guernsey County Land Lender customers on Wednesday talked over the standing of several homes under its command such as a North Eighth Road assets in Cambridge that is at this time becoming razed.

Crews from Lehotay Trucking and Excavating were tearing the abandoned, two-story composition down by hand thanks to the close proximity to a neighboring home.

The demolition is funded by the land financial institution to facilitate the return of vacant, deserted or tax foreclosed homes countywide to a effective, tax spending economic use or land that is helpful for use by the community.

Associates also discussed a demolition task on Key Avenue in Pleasant City that is nearing its commence date. Demolition is predicted to start out in the up coming number of months.

“This has been likely on for two many years, so it can be big for most people to get to this level,” said Guernsey County Treasurer Jim Caldwell, a member of the land lender board.