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Tuesday, November 30, 2004

Municipal Ordinances

These are usually the bane of the law librarian's existence. Difficult to order, update, and shelve within the collection, they have sometimes just been relegated to having a "no longer updated" sticker affixed to them. However, many of these hard-to-find laws can now be found on the web at the following sites:

Walter H. Drane Company (http://www.walterdrane.com/internet/index.htm).
Offers access to over 50 local codes.

LexisNexis Municipal Codes Web Library (http://www.bpcnet.com/codes.htm#OH).
Just Akron and Columbus can be found here.

American Legal Publishing (http://amlegal.com/online_library.htm#Ohio).
Users of this site will find a multitude of codes.

Municode.com (http://www.municode.com/resources/code_list.asp?stateID=35)
The Cincinnati and Dayton codes live here.

Cleveland Legal Codes (http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/clevelandcodes)
Cleveland’s Code has finally made it to the Internet. For those interested in burrowing even further into the morass known as municipal lawmaking, the city even offers its City Record (http://tinyurl.com/3z8wr) for further review.

Later



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