Section 6103.01 | County water supply system definitions.
As used in this chapter:
(A) "Public water supply facilities," "water supply facilities," "water supply improvement," or "improvement" means, without limiting the generality of those terms, water wells and well fields, springs, lakes, rivers, streams, or other sources of water supply, intakes, pumping stations and equipment, treatment, filtration, or purification plants, force and distribution lines or mains, cisterns, reservoirs, storage facilities, necessary equipment for fire protection, other related structures, equipment, and furnishings, and real estate and interests in real estate, necessary or useful in the proper development of a water supply for domestic or other purposes and its proper distribution.
(B) "Current operating expenses," "debt charges," "permanent improvement," "public obligations," and "subdivision" have the same meanings as in section 133.01 of the Revised Code.
(C) "Construct," "construction," or "constructing" means construction, reconstruction, enlargement, extension, improvement, renovation, repair, and replacement of water supply facilities, but does not include repairs, replacements, or similar actions that do not constitute and qualify as permanent improvements.
(D) "Maintain," "maintaining," or "maintenance" means repairs, replacements, and similar actions that constitute and are payable as current operating expenses and that are required to restore water supply facilities to, or to continue water supply facilities in, good order and working condition, but does not include construction of permanent improvements.
(E) "Public agency" means a state and any agency or subdivision of a state, including a county, a municipal corporation, or other subdivision.
(F) "County sanitary engineer" means either of the following:
(1) The registered professional engineer employed or appointed by the board of county commissioners to be the county sanitary engineer as provided in section 6117.01 of the Revised Code;
(2) The county engineer, if, for as long as and to the extent that engineer by agreement entered into under section 315.14 of the Revised Code is retained to discharge the duties of a county sanitary engineer under this chapter.
(G) "Homestead exemption" means the reduction of taxes allowed under division (A) of section 323.152 of the Revised Code.
(H) "Low- and moderate-income persons" has the same meaning as in section 175.01 of the Revised Code.
Available Versions of this Section
- October 16, 2009 – House Bill 1, 128th General Assembly [ View October 16, 2009 Version ]