(A) The treasurer of state shall develop and maintain a comprehensive and descriptive
database of all real property under the custody and control of the state, except when
otherwise required for reasons of homeland security. The information in the database shall be available to the public free of charge
through a searchable internet web site. The treasurer of state shall allow for public comment on property owned by the state.
(B) For purposes of the database, the Ohio geographically referenced information program
council established in section 125.901 of the Revised Code shall provide to the treasurer of state, and the treasurer of state shall collect,
information, in a format prescribed by the treasurer of state, that adequately describes,
when known, the location, acreage, and use of state-owned property. The council shall make its best efforts to obtain the required information on the
state-owned property and shall submit updated information to the treasurer of state
as it becomes available.
(C) As used in this section, “state-owned property” does not include state property
owned or under the control of the general assembly or any legislative agency, any
court or judicial agency, the secretary of state, auditor of state, treasurer of state,
or attorney general and their respective offices.
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