SAYBROOK TOWNSHIP — A team of individuals collected on the lakeshore on Thursday to look at a portion of land up for trip in the coming months.
The Ashtabula County Commissioners ended up among about a dozen men and women at the occasion, one particular of the initial techniques in the approach of vacating the ideal of way.
A petition has been filed to vacate a portion of ideal of way involving Highland and Morningside avenues. Lakeview Push, which at the moment operates amongst Homewood and Highland avenues, applied to increase a person block further east, to Morningside Avenue, explained Tom Partridge, Chief Deputy Engineer with the County Engineer’s Section.
The section of highway was deserted in the early 1990s, when it was falling into the lake, Partridge mentioned.
Householders submitted for the holiday, he mentioned.
The viewing on Thursday was a likelihood for the commissioners to see what they would be voting on.
The land south of the proposed space belongs to owners, and the land north of the location belongs to the Lakelands Neighborhood Affiliation, in accordance to the Ashtabula County Parcel Map.
Kathryn Whittington, president of the county commissioners, mentioned that Thursday’s event was the 1st stage in the procedure, and that the general public would have a likelihood to be read at the community listening to subsequent week. The meeting is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 9, via GoToMeeting, which the county employs to maintain remote meetings.
A hyperlink to the meeting can be found on the commissioners site on the county’s site, co.ashtabula.oh.us. Anyone intrigued in collaborating at the hearing can do so by using computer system or telephone.
Partridge said previous conferences have various from program to confrontational.
At some position just after the community hearing, the commissioners will vote on the vacation.
The commissioners usually handle a person or two street vacations for every yr, he claimed.
Past calendar year, the commissioners approved the getaway of a useless-close portion of Plymouth Brick Street East in Plymouth Township.