Section 3354.03 | District to be political subdivision - powers.
A community college district organized pursuant to section 3354.02 of the Revised Code shall be a political subdivision of the state and a body corporate with all the powers of a corporation, existence, with power to sue and be sued, to incur debts, liabilities, and obligations, to exercise the right of eminent domain and of taxation and assessment as provided in sections 3354.01 to 3354.18, inclusive, of the Revised Code, to issue bonds, and to do all acts necessary and proper for the carrying out of the purposes for which the district was created and for executing the powers with which it is invested.
From the time of the establishment of a community college district, pursuant to section 3354.04 of the Revised Code, its temporary office or principal place of business shall be the office of the board of county commissioners of the most populous county in such district, until a permanent place of business has been established pursuant to section 3354.06 of the Revised Code.
Available Versions of this Section
- February 21, 1967 – House Bill 1, 107th General Assembly [ View February 21, 1967 Version ]