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Section 6133.11 | Appeal when joint board unable to agree.


(A) If a joint board of county commissioners approves a proposed joint drainage improvement but, at the final hearing for the improvement, is unable to agree on the amount to be assessed to an affected county for improvements conducive to the public welfare, or of benefit to public highways or land owned by an affected county, the joint board shall by resolution state that the joint board is not able to agree on the assessments.

(1) Upon the adoption of the resolution, the question shall be appealed to the court of common pleas as is provided in sections 6133.02 to 6133.11 of the Revised Code.

(2) No bond on appeal need be filed and the resolution of the joint board shall be deemed the statement on appeal.

(3) The clerk of the joint board shall perfect the appeal by filing a transcript of the resolution and the record of proceedings for the joint improvement.

(B) The court shall hear an appeal under this section the same as other appeals under sections 6133.02 to 6133.11 of the Revised Code and make such order as to costs as is equitable.

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