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Section 125.901 | Geographically referenced information program council.

 

(A) There is hereby established the Ohio geographically referenced information program council within the department of administrative services to coordinate the property owned by the state. The department of administrative services shall provide administrative support for the council.

(B) The council shall consist of the following fifteen members:

(1) The state chief information officer, or the officer's designee, who shall serve as the council chair;

(2) The director of natural resources, or the director's designee;

(3) The director of transportation, or the director's designee;

(4) The director of environmental protection, or the director's designee;

(5) The director of development services, or the director's designee;

(6) The treasurer of state, or the treasurer of state's designee;

(7) The attorney general, or the attorney general's designee;

(8) The chancellor of higher education or the chancellor's designee;

(9) The chief of the division of oil and gas resources management in the department of natural resources or the chief's designee;

(10) The director of public safety or the director's designee;

(11) The executive director of the county auditors' association or the executive director's designee;

(12) The executive director of the county commissioners' association or the executive director's designee;

(13) The executive director of the county engineers' association or the executive director's designee;

(14) The executive director of the Ohio municipal league or the executive director's designee;

(15) The executive director of the Ohio townships association or the executive director's designee.

(C) Members of the council shall serve without compensation.

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