The garage door at 935 North Old Canton Road is one of two violations county officials are working to have taken care of.
The garage door at 935 North Old Canton Road is one of two violations county officials are working to have taken care of.
Madison County supervisors ordered a survey to be done to determine whose land a dilapidated mobile home sits on before moving forward with the cleanup process. 

Scott Weeks, director of planning and zoning, said an old mobile home on O.C. Hunter Road appears to be sitting in between two different pieces of property. 

“It does appear the property line splits the mobile home in half,” Weeks said. 

Weeks said he sent both property owners the formal notice but the situation is complicated further by the fact one of the parcels was sold at a recent tax sale. 

The parcels in question are owned by Columbus Riley and Ruby L. Riley. 

County Administrator Shelton Vance said if the owner of record is different, they may not be able to assess the property a cleanup fee. 

Supervisors approved moving forward with a survey to determine who owns the property. 

The dilapidated mobile home was one of a number of properties brought up Monday for violations to county ordinances. 

Supervisors granted a request for a 90-day extension by Rev. Peter and Barbara Jackson to remove a dilapidated building and clean an overgrown lot at 1818 Old Canton Road. 

The cleanup process will continue on dilapidated structures and overgrown lots at 135 Westside Drive and Old Jackson Road.

Supervisors approved a 30-day extension for Scott and Katrina Smythe to clean up 935 North Old Canton Road, including the pumping of the swimming pool on the property and repair of a garage door.

A dilapidated structure at 140 Spring Creek Road owned by D.H. Shoemaker had been allegedly removed by Monday’s meeting, according to Weeks, but he had not been at the site to verify. Supervisors approved to move forward with the cleanup process in the event everything had not been cleared so Weeks could verify.

Lastly, junk vehicles remained on-site at property on Church Road owned by the W.M. and Pearl Boulding Estate. Weeks said a dilapidated structure had been removed from the property and he was working with the family to clear the rubbish and vehicles.