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Section 731.25 | Publication when no newspaper in municipal corporation.


In municipal corporations in which no newspaper is generally circulated, publication of summaries of ordinances and resolutions, and publication of all statements, orders, proclamations, notices, and reports, required by law or ordinance to be published, shall be accomplished by posting copies in not less than five of the most public places in the municipal corporation, as determined by the legislative authority, for a period of not less than fifteen days prior to the effective date thereof.

Notices to bidders for the construction of public improvements and notices of the sale of bonds shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in such municipal corporation, for the time prescribed in section 731.22 of the Revised Code.

Where such publication is by posting, the clerk shall make a certificate as to such posting, and as to the times when and the places where such posting is done, in the manner provided in section 731.24 of the Revised Code, and such certificate shall be prima-facie evidence that the copies were posted as required.

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