Section 6131.061 | Record keeping.
(A) The clerk of the board of county commissioners shall maintain a file for the proposed improvement containing a record of the petition, amendments, comments, notices, proceedings, resolutions, orders, and any other record regarding the proposed improvement that is filed with the board.
(B) The county engineer shall maintain a file for the proposed improvement that contains a record of the petition, amendments to the petition, all reports, estimates, surveys, maps, plans, drawings, schedules, and other documents prepared for the proposed improvement by the engineer or the engineer's designee, and any reports of the director of natural resources, director of transportation, and directors of any conservancy districts.
(C) After the final hearing of the board of county commissioners, or after the final judgment, order, or decree has been rendered upon any appeal, the clerk of the board of county commissioners shall file with, and may transfer to, the county engineer the file maintained pursuant to division (A) of this section. Upon receiving the file, the county engineer shall maintain the file as the permanent project file, together with an annual record of maintenance and repairs for the improvement.
(D) The county auditor shall maintain a record of the estimated and final assessments levied for the improvement, and the schedules of payments for compensation and damages.
Available Versions of this Section
- March 24, 2021 – House Bill 340, 133rd General Assembly [ View March 24, 2021 Version ]