Officials are reviewing two properties in Sheffield for blight.
Some members of the Warren County Blighted Property Review Committee met on Thursday and, although they did not have enough for a quorum to take action, they did discuss two new properties for the committee to consider.
Paul Pascuzzi, committee chairman, said the John Filiatrault property at 106 Hall St. is blighted. So is one owned by Anzietta DiPierro, he said, which is located on Saybrook Road.
Owners will be asked to attend the next meeting, Pascuzzi said, so members can talk with them. The Hall Street property suffered a fire on January 13, he said, and is now vacant and unoccupied.
"It's fixable," Chuck Barone, committee member, said.
Damage included several windows being knocked out, Pascuzzi said, and smoke and water damage on the first floor. As far as he knows it is not tax delinquent.
According to Pascuzzi, supervisors in the township made a motion on July 2 which gave DiPierro 30 days to remedy the property. Although the time isn't up yet, Barone said the owner could still be invited to the meeting.
On the other property, Pascuzzi said supervisors made a motion in June. He said Alan Gustafson, Warren City building code official, had tried to contact Filiatrault but was unable to do so due to the owner's incarceration.