Geauga County Commissioners recently voted to temporarily suspend enforcement of the septic system lot evaluation requirement for lots of more than 5 and fewer than 20 acres. Geauga Public Health Administrator Adam Litke said the temporary suspension will help reduce unnecessary fees for homeowners.

When a lot is to be built on, regardless of size, a lot evaluation must be conducted by Geauga Public Health.

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