Nobody’s Home: Bill Would Require Contact Info for Empty Buildings

Nobody’s Home: Bill Would Require Contact Info for Empty Buildings

Industry Update
February 28, 2022

Source: Springfield News-Sun

It could be easier to contact the owners of abandoned and dilapidated properties if a bill sponsored by two Dayton-area lawmakers passes.

State Reps. Willis Blackshear, D-Dayton, and Andrea White, R-Kettering, introduced the Neighborhood Protection Act on Feb. 9. It would require owners of vacant properties to file full contact information with their county auditor’s office. It would apply to residential and commercial properties, he said.

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