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File #: 0180X-2022    Version:
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 9/15/2022 In control: Public Utilities Committee
On agenda: 10/3/2022 Final action: 10/6/2022
Title: To appoint a Board of Revision to hear the objections to the Morningstar/North-Forty Street Lighting Assessment Project, and to declare an emergency.
Explanation

The purpose of this resolution is to establish a Board of Revision to hear any objections to the
Morningstar/North-Forty Street Lighting Assessment Project.

The Charter of the City of Columbus provides Council with the power by ordinance to provide for the construction, reconstruction, repair and maintenance by contract or directly by the employment of labor, of all local improvements, and to provide for the payment of any part of any such improvement by levying and collecting special assessments upon abutting, adjacent and contiguous or other specially benefited property. Should a property owner object to an assessment, charter section 172 calls for the appointment by Council of a Board of Revision to hear such objections.

EMERGENCY DESIGNATION: Emergency action is requested so that necessary legislation may be prepared and presented to Council for consideration so that the Department of Public Utilities may immediately proceed with plans for said improvements.

Title

To appoint a Board of Revision to hear the objections to the Morningstar/North-Forty Street Lighting Assessment Project, and to declare an emergency.

Body

WHEREAS, it is necessary to appoint a Board of Revision to hear the objections to the Morningstar/North-Forty Street Lighting Assessment Project; and

WHEREAS, the Charter of the City of Columbus provides Council with the power by ordinance to provide for the construction, reconstruction, repair and maintenance by contract or directly by the employment of labor, of all local improvements, and to provide for the payment of any part of any such improvement by levying and collecting special assessments upon abutting, adjacent and contiguous or other specially benefited property; and



WHEREAS, should a property owner object to an assessment, charter section 172 calls for the appointment by Council of a Board of Revision to hear such objections; and

WHEREAS, an emergency exists in the usual daily operations of the ...

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