Excerpt from Ohio Newspaper and Publication Laws, Vol. 16Board of County Commisioners - Powers- Notice of intended purchase or improvement- public comfort station- Procedure in sale of real estate- deed made- duties of board of county commissioners-MoreExcerpt from Ohio Newspaper and Publication Laws, Vol. 16Board of County Commisioners - Powers- Notice of intended purchase or improvement- public comfort station- Procedure in sale of real estate- deed made- duties of board of county commissioners- Sale of personal property by the county- Copies of county newspapers to be bound and filed- Coroner- Notice to relatives- disposition of property- Engineer- Notice of taking depositions- Recorder- Sectional indexes- Auditor- Submission of report to judge of court of common pleas- publication- Collection of Taxes- Notice of taxes assessed- Notice to taxpayer- County Homes- Free publication of detailed statement- Hospitals- Advertisement for bids- Hospital trust fund- County Garbage and Refuse Disposal Districts- General plan for garbage and refuse disposal district- Adoption of improvement resolution- Memorial Buildings- Bond issue for soldiers memorial- Tax levy resolution certified to board of elections- notice of election- Original Surveyed Townships- Improvements upon lands- Publication of intended lease or sale of lease- acceptance of proposals- Action for recovery of rents on failure to make payments- public sale- Advertisement of sale- Lease upon contract providing shares in lieu of cashAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.
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