“[Schwering] is the only one not doing that,” Drinkwine told the board. “I want a date, plan and schedule.”
Mayor Ted Franklin, who chairs the board, asked if it would be possible for Schwering to establish this date, plan and schedule.
“I don’t know if I can commit to a schedule,” Schwering said, adding that it all depended on cooperation from the properties’ owners.
Drinkwine went on to suggest that should this be the case, then perhaps the owners themselves should appear before the board in the future.
Schwering and the board settled on July 9 being the date Schwering will provide a plan and schedule for implementing the changes and bringing properties back up to code.
Mitchell Kirk is a staff reporter at the Pharos-Tribune. He can be reached at 574-732-5130 or email@example.com.