Alyse Hunter, Melody Wilson and Frank Myers of the Historic Preservation Commission of Lucas County were present to ask for permission and help from the county in erecting a sign with names of those people buried at County Home Cemetery, which is in section 13 of Whitebreast Township.
The sign will replace a current marker at the cemetery and will be purchased with funds from the Historic Preservation Commission tour. Supervisor Larry Davis made a motion to allow the sign to be put up with the assistance of County Engineer, Todde Folkerts.
All supervisors voted in favor of the motion and it passed. The Historic Preservation Commission members also asked if there were county ordinances pertaining to historic sites or buildings in Lucas County. They also talked about the Main Street Project which focuses on economic development within the context of historic preservation.