By AMY GAREIS

News-Herald Staff Writer

CADIZ – Three local communities facing problems with dilapidated structures are seeing some results through the Neighborhood Stabilization Program.

Cadiz Village Council discussed the program, which uses federal stimulus funds to remove unsightly structures in a venture with the Harrison County Community Improvement Corp.

Village Council President Curt Crawshaw said buildings were demolished with more to go. “They’ve started to tear down buildings,” he said. “There’s a list of 10 houses. I’m sure the citizens appreciate it.”

Harrison County Community Improvement Corp. President Dale Arbaugh, featured left, and Vice President Bob Hendricks stand in front of one of the dilapidated houses razed as part of the Neighborhood Stabilization Program. The federally funded program is helping to remove structures around Cadiz, Jewett and Piedmont over the next year. You can read more about the teardowns in this week’s print edition of the Harrison News-Herald. Photo above provided.