Posted on August 10, 2017
Author Michael Gallenberger, WKVI
The Town of North Judson is seeing results with its new compliance officer. So far, Joe Leszek has written about 16 warnings, leading to 12 responses, according to Clerk-Treasurer Alicia Collins. She says the new part-time position has improved communication, when it comes to getting people to cut their grass or move their vehicles, after they’ve been neglected for a length of time.
Additionally, the owner of 214 Lane Street met with the town council Monday to address safety concerns at the building. Collins says the owner plans to fix the exterior and roof. Council members expect to get an update on the progress during their September 5 meeting.