Demolitions drastically drop police, fire calls to those areas of Hamilton and Middletown
On: February 14, 2020 | By:
BUTLER COUNTY — Removal of blighted properties in Butler County has had tangible positive effects in both Hamilton and Middletown, where crime and fires are down and property values are up where eyesores were erased, officials said.
The Butler County Land Reutilization Corporation, more commonly known as the land bank, was created in 2012 after the state provided $2.7 million in Moving Ohio Forward funds. The land bank acquires foreclosed or blighted properties and pays for demolition. The Butler County land bank is governed by a seven-member board and has one employee.
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