The Lucas County Board of Supervisors approved the appointments to the Lucas County Compensation Commission for 2021 at their first meeting of the New Year Jan. 4.

The new law requires that the County Board of Supervisors appoint not less than 28 residents of the county as eligible to serve on the Compensation Commission in eminent domain proceedings.

The appointments are to be drawn in such a manner that ¼ of them are farmers, ¼ are in real estate sales, ¼ are owns of city or town property, and ¼ will be persons having knowledge of property values by reason of their occupation such as bankers.

The appointments approved for each of the four categories for 2021 are as follows:

Licensed real estate sales

John Hamilton, Chariton, Todd Shelton, Chariton, Alan Umbenhower, Chariton, Betty Hansen, Chariton, Nancy Manser, Chariton, Dan Kent, Lucas, and Hilary Masters, Chariton.

Farmers

Andy Offenburger, Chariton, Martha Shanks, Derby, Matthew Pillsbury, Chariton, Glen Babcock, Derby, James Pfeifer, Chariton, Steve Gillman, Chariton, and Jim Wright, Russell.

Property owners in town

Carol A. Morrison, Chariton, Don Garrett, Chariton, Christopher Watkins, Chariton, Stephen Fenton, Chariton, Jim Moore, Chariton, Andy Gwinn, Lucas, and Annette Marshall, Chariton.

Business and professional people

Wretha Rumple, Chariton, Julie Bingham, Chariton, Gloria Willis, Chariton, David Fletcher, Chariton, Maureen White, Chariton, Mary Kinsey, Lucas, and Radley Seuferer, Lucas.

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