CARTHAGE — The village will hold evidentiary hearings at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the boardroom of the municipal building, 120 S. Mechanic St.
The hearings concern unsafe structures at 208 N. Mechanic St. owned by Gary Trombley and at 419 N. Washington St. owned by Brian Becker and debris at the CSX Transportation property on Bender Lane.
The owners of the properties have been informed by village Code Enforcement Officer Robert B. Ball of the code violations and have been notified by Village Attorney Mark G. Gebo of the legal ramifications.
The deadline to remedy the situations having passed, the village has scheduled the evidentiary hearings to determine what steps should be taken now.
If the property owners do not bring the property to code, the needed work will be performed by the village Department of Public Works and payment will be levied to the property tax.