In case any real property within or without any sanitary district is benefited which for any reason was not appraised in the original proceedings, or was not appraised to the extent of benefits received, or in case any person, public corporation, or other district makes use of or profits by the works of any district to a degree not compensated for in the original appraisal, or in case the board of directors of the sanitary district finds it necessary, subsequent to the time when the first appraisals are made, to take or damage any additional property, the board of directors, at any time that condition becomes evident, shall direct the board of appraisers of the sanitary district to appraise the benefits or enhanced benefits received by that property, or the damages or value of property taken. Proceedings outlined in sections 6115.01 to 6115.79 of the Revised Code for appraising lands not at first included within the boundaries of the district shall in all matters be conformed with, including notice to the parties, or the board of directors may make any suitable settlement with the person, public corporation, or other district for the use, benefit, damage, or property taken.
In the case of a district organized wholly for the reduction of populations of biting arthropods, if the board of appraisers determines that each parcel of real property in the district receives a portion of the benefits received by the entire district in the same proportion that its taxable value bears to the taxable value of all the real property in the district, and the court confirms the determination of the board, the assessments for the reduction of such populations shall be uniformly apportioned throughout the district on that basis.
Cite as R.C. § 6115.43
History. Effective Date: 10-09-1981