Section 135.354 | Redeposit of inactive moneys.
(A) In addition to the authority provided in section 135.35 of the Revised Code for the investment or deposit of inactive moneys, the investing authority of a county, upon the deposit of active or inactive moneys with an eligible public depository described in section 135.32 of the Revised Code and selected by the investing authority, may authorize the public depository to arrange for the redeposit of such public moneys in accordance with the following conditions:
(1) The public depository, on or after the date the public moneys are received, arranges for the redeposit of the moneys into deposit accounts in one or more federally insured banks, savings banks, or savings and loan associations that are located in the United States, and acts as custodian of the moneys deposited or redeposited under this section.
(2) If the amount of the public moneys deposited with and held at the close of business by the public depository exceeds the amount insured by the federal deposit insurance corporation, the excess amount is subject to the pledging requirements described in section 135.181 or 135.37 of the Revised Code.
(3) The full amount of the public moneys redeposited by the public depository into deposit accounts in banks, savings banks, or savings and loan associations, plus any accrued interest, is insured by the federal deposit insurance corporation.
(4) On the same date the public moneys are redeposited by the public depository, the public depository may, in its sole discretion, choose whether to receive deposits, in any amount, from other banks, savings banks, or savings and loan associations.
(5) The public depository provides to the investing authority an account statement at least monthly and access to daily reporting that include the amount of its funds deposited and held at each bank, savings bank, or savings and loan association for which the public depository acts as a custodian pursuant to this section.
(B) Except as provided in division (A)(2) of this section, public moneys deposited in accordance with this section are not subject to the pledging requirements described in section 135.181 or 135.37 of the Revised Code.