When the proper officials of a county in another state, adjoining a county in this state, desire to have the outlet for water flowing in a ditch, drain, or watercourse from such upper adjoining county into or through a lower county in this state enlarged or improved, the board of county commissioners of such lower county may enter into an agreement with the proper officials of such upper adjoining county for the improvement of such outlet by the lower county and for the payment to the lower county for the benefit of such improvement by such upper county of such sum of money as is agreed upon between said board and the proper officials of the upper county. In making its assessments upon the lots and lands, public corporations, the state of Ohio, and public or corporate roads or railroads in the lower county benefited thereby, the board shall take into account the amount to be paid for the benefit of such improvement by the upper county.
Cite as R.C. § 6135.25
History. Effective Date: 08-23-1957