The Carroll County General Health District (CCGHD) initially instituted the Point of Sale Program on November 19, 2008, when it was recognized that the need existed to provide a service to buyers, sellers and their agents of real estate in the county when property is transferred. The goal of this policy is to use the inspection as a tool to educate parties on their household sewage treatment system (HSTS) and their contribution to personal and public health. This policy is also used to provide operation and maintenance management of HSTS in Carroll County.
An Announcement from Courtney Grossman, RS Director of Environmental Health at Carroll County General Health District:
“Good Morning Realtors, Septic Contractors, and Well Drillers:I wanted to let you all know that I will soon be...
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From the National Association of REALTORS website. In the video below, Michael Labout, 2018 Chair of the Commitment...
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Lisa R Yelichek , RCE | Chief Executive Officer
Collene Burgess | Executive/Financial Administrator
Alana Watkins | Communications Administrator
Roberta Hiller | Government Affairs Director (GAD)
Trisha Adams | Education Administrator
Deanna Boggess | GAD Assistant