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The board of trustees of a regional water and sewer district which has adopted a resolution under section 6119.46 of the Revised Code declaring the necessity of constructing a water resource project shall, after the expiration of the time for filing claims for damages under section 6119.50 of the Revised Code, and, in the event that objections to the estimated assessments have been filed under section 6119.48 of the Revised Code, and the report of the assessment equalization board has been approved under section 6119.49 of the Revised Code, determine whether or not it will proceed with the proposed project.
In the event that the board determines to proceed with the construction of a project it shall pass a resolution which shall:
(A) State the intention of the board to proceed with the project in accordance with the resolution of necessity adopted under section 6119.46 of the Revised Code;
(B) Adopt the estimated assessments prepared and filed in accordance with the resolution of necessity passed under section 6119.46 of the Revised Code, or, in the event objections to such estimated assessments have been filed under section 6119.48 of the Revised Code, adopt the estimated assessments approved by the board under section 6119.49 of the Revised Code;
(C) State whether or not claims for damages filed in accordance with section 6119.50 of the Revised Code shall be judicially inquired into before commencing or after completing the proposed project.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Ohio Revised Code Title LXI. Water Supply Sanitation Ditches § 6119.51 - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/oh/title-lxi-water-supply-sanitation-ditches/oh-rev-code-sect-6119-51/
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