The county has announced some changes in the courthouse.
The auditor’s office will be closed to for business for anyone just walking in. They will be still working hard behind the scenes to process paperwork that is either mailed in, faxed in, or submitted online.
As stated before, dog tags can be filed online, vendor license requests online, cigarette license by mail and deed transfers online only.
The Probate Clerk of Courts has asked that if you need a marriage license, please make an appointment.
We appreciate our citizens’ patience as we work through these difficult times. As office hours change we will continue to make the changes public.
Judge John W. “Tim” Rudduck has announced that the You-Turn Drug Court graduation scheduled for April 2 at the Elevation Church in Blanchester has been postponed to a later date. We are sad to have too push this back.
We can’t thank the Elevation Church enough for the willingness to host this event and look forward to them hosting it on a later date.
We realize these are difficult times for many and there are several resources out there to aid our community members in need.
The Ohio Departments of Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) and Medicaid (ODM), in partnership with the Governor’s Office, have executed emergency rules to expand and enhance telehealth options for Ohioans and their providers. These rules will relax regulations so that more people can be served safely in their homes rather than needing to travel to addiction and mental health treatment centers.
We strongly encourage those with mental health and addition needs to utilize this service through their respective service provider to assist them with treatment needs.