Skip to main content

NEGLECTED PROPERTY: Hinen property complies with order

September 20, 2013

COLUMBIA CITY — An unsafe building notice was sent to William Hinen who owns a property in Laud that is vacant and has served as a dwelling place for animals and large swarms of bees. Neighbors spoke to the commissioners in August and paper work was filed to notify the property owner of his due diligence.

At Monday’s meeting, Craig Wagner, chief building inspector for the county, gave an update on the Hinen property.

“It seems Mr. Hinen has complied with the order,” Wagner said. “Windows are boarded up and there has been some significant changes to the structure to enclose it.”

One particular cause for concern was with the roof. On the back half of the structure, the roof had been damaged and left a gaping whole, exposing the property to the elements and escalating the deterioration.

To read the rest of this story, see the Sept. 20 issue of The Post and Mail. Don't have a subscription? Call (260) 244-5153 or subscribe to our e-edition. For breaking news, sports updates and additional coverage, bookmark the homepage and find us on facebook and twitter.

CHURUBUSCO — Churubusco’s tennis team picked up a 4-1 victory over Southside Thursday night, led by...
COLUMBIA CITY — For the Columbia City Lady Eagle soccer team, a time span of about 1:10 made the...
SOUTH WHITLEY — Columbia City traveled to county-rival Whitko Thursday night to top the Wildcats in...

 

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes