If the joint board of county commissioners finds for the improvement and at the final hearing is unable to agree upon the amount to be assessed to each county to be paid by the county because the improvement is conducive to the public welfare, or of benefit to public highways or to land owned by the county, then such joint board shall by resolution state the fact that such joint board is not able to agree as to such fact. Upon the adoption of such resolution, the question shall be appealed to the court of common pleas as is provided in sections 6133.02 to 6133.11, inclusive, of the Revised Code. No bond on appeal need be filed, the resolution of the joint board stating such inability to agree shall be deemed the statement on appeal. The clerk of the joint board shall perfect the appeal by filing a transcript, including the resolution of the joint board finding that the joint board cannot agree, with all of the original papers, in the court. The court shall hear such appeal the same as other appeals under sections 6133.02 to 6133.11, inclusive, of the Revised Code, and make such order as to costs as is equitable.
Cite as R.C. § 6133.11
History. Effective Date: 08-23-1957