Ohio Revised Code Title III. Counties

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  • Chapter 301. Organization
  • Chapter 302. Alternative Form of County Government
  • Chapter 303. County Rural Zoning;  Renewal of Slums and Blighted Areas
  • Chapter 304. Electronic Records and Signatures
  • Chapter 305. Board of County Commissioners--Generally
  • Chapter 306. County Transit System;  Regional Transit Authority;  Regional Transit Commission
  • Chapter 307. Board of County Commissioners--Powers
  • Chapter 308. Airport Authorities
  • Chapter 309. Prosecuting Attorney
  • Chapter 311. Sheriff
  • Chapter 313. Coroner
  • Chapter 315. Engineer
  • Chapter 317. Recorder
  • Chapter 319. Auditor
  • Chapter 321. Treasurer
  • Chapter 322. Real Property Transfer Tax
  • Chapter 323. Collection of Taxes
  • Chapter 325. Compensation
  • Chapter 327. County Board of Trustees of Sinking Fund
  • Chapter 329. County Department of Job and Family Services
  • Chapter 330. Workforce Development
  • Chapter 331. County Facilities Review Board
  • Chapter 333. Impact Facilities
  • Chapter 339. Hospitals
  • Chapter 340. Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services
  • Chapter 341. Jails
  • Chapter 343. Solid Waste Management Districts
  • Chapter 345. Memorial Buildings
  • Chapter 347. County Centennial Celebration
  • Chapter 349. New Community Organization
  • Chapter 351. Convention Facilities Authorities
  • Chapter 353. Lake Facilities Authorities
  • Chapter 355. County Healthier Buckeye Councils

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