The Darke County Board of Commissioners met Wednesday to discuss the Annexation of 3.394 acres, tree trimming, and a possible marijuana dispensary.
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By Meladi Brewer
GREENVILLE — The Darke County Board of Commissioners met to discuss the Annexation of 3.394 acres, tree trimming, and a possible marijuana dispensary. Commissioner Matt Aultman, Mike Stegall, and Larry Holmes were all present.
The board approved Resolution (R-337-2021) for the annexation of 3.394 acres from Patterson Twp. to the Village of Osgood, Ohio. Attorney Thomas L. Guillozet attended the session and spoke out about the annexation in place of the sole owner of the real estate, Karen Homan, who is the managing member of Do Good Real Estate, LLC.
“The intention is to build housing to assist people,” Guillozet said. “The Do Good Restaurant donates all profits and tips to assist families needing help, and this is another way we can give to the community.”
Guillozet said the town and the village already approved of the annexation and construction began last week, but they wanted to ensure the commissioners were aware and were on board with the idea as well.
“It’s pretty cool to see,” Holmes said in regards to the Do Good’s actions.
The board also approved the quotes for the Garst and MRTC Tree Trimming. Garst recommended Foster’s Tree Service be the providing source for the job for $5,300, and MRTC recommended they were allowed to hire Bulcher’s Tree Service at $1,625. Aultman explained both parties collected individual projects and quotes and this was the best option for both areas moving forward.
Holmes ended the meeting by giving an overview of the work he had done and meetings he attended over the past week. He talked about the next city council meeting and wanted more people to