Congressional Record read at Holmes County BOCC meeting to honor retiring Clerk of Court

Published: Friday, December 14, 2012 at 11:41 AM.

Williams also informed the board that the trailer would also have to be demolished.

Davis came before the board to inform them that the house was not up to standard due to the water heater not being hooked up, nor electricity and the back door was rotted and covered in mold.

Davis explained that she had to represent the woman because she was in the nursing home due to injuries incurred when she fell through the floor of her old home.

“When she finishes her therapy she will be forced to leave and then where will she go?” asked Davis. “She can’t go to her old home, it is uninhabitable.”

The board called Williams forward to explain the circumstances of the recipient being unable to move into the home.

“It’s one of those things where we didn’t have the time to follow up on the project,” said Williams. “With the permission of the board we’ll go out together and see what needs to be done to make this house livable.”

The board agreed and Goodman advised that this is a matter for “all parties” to be involved by being placed on the BOCC’s agenda to be discussed and resolved in a scheduled meeting.

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