The board of county commissioners of any county or the legislative authority of a municipal corporation may cooperate with, give financial assistance to, and provide equipment to any nonprofit corporation engaged in promoting safety in this state, to any nonprofit corporation that provides ambulance service, emergency medical services, or nonemergency patient transport services in this state, to any nonprofit corporation engaged in this state in the development of public interest and understanding of the economic benefits resulting from the building of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway, and to any nonprofit ombudsman corporation engaged in this state in assisting citizens in dealing with governments, including political subdivisions, governmental agencies and instrumentalities, and public officials through the investigation of citizen complaints concerning government services and operations.
The nonprofit corporation shall be required to make an audited account at least once every year of any funds received, and a report of the use and disposition of any equipment received, from the board of county commissioners or the legislative authority of any municipal corporation, to the board of county commissioners or the legislative authority of any municipal corporation from which the funds or equipment is received.
Cite as R.C. § 307.691
History. Effective Date: 11-12-1992