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Medina auditor's office resumes fieldwork after postponing due to virus

Medina Administration Building
Posted at 4:56 PM, May 04, 2020
and last updated 2020-05-04 16:56:43-04

MEDINA, Ohio — After temporarily postponing fieldwork due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Medina County Auditor Mike Kovack announced it will resume beginning this week.

The auditor’s office had remained fully functional but fieldwork had been halted.

Workers returning to the field will wear masks and identifiable auditor’s office markings while maintaining a six-foot distance to ensure the health and safety of employees and residents, Kovack said.

The auditor’s office collects data and information on new construction activity that is analyzed and sent to the state to ensure compliance with the Ohio Revised Code.

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