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Tuesday, February 14, 2006

2006 Ohio Attorney General Opinions

The following have been released from Ohio AG Jim Petro's office in 2006:

2006-001
A board of county commissioners has no authority to transfer title to county
property to its office of economic development or to a nonprofit corporation
operating that office for the purpose of the transferee’s selling the property,
without competitive bidding or public auction, to a buyer previously
selected by the county commissioners at a price agreed upon by the buyer
and the county commissioners, even if the transferee remits to the county
commissioners the purchase price paid by the buyer.

2006-002
Pursuant to R.C. 3111.80-.81, an administrative child support order issued
by an administrative officer of a child support enforcement agency may,
regardless of the marital status and living arrangements of a child’s parents,
establish the amount of child support an emancipated woman who is the
biological mother of a child is required to pay when the child resides with
a third party who is the legal custodian of the child.

2006-003
1. A person may serve simultaneously as a trustee of a township that has not
adopted a limited home rule government pursuant to R.C. Chapter 504 and
member of the board of directors of a port authority created pursuant to
R.C. 4582.22 when the township has not participated in the creation of, or
joined in, the port authority.
2. As a township trustee, the person may not participate in any deliberations,
discussions, negotiations, or votes concerning (1) contracts or property
transactions with the port authority; (2) township tax levies or bond issues
for additional funding when the port authority has placed such a levy or
bond issue on the ballot; (3) development or use of the port authority’s
property, facilities, or services; (4) appropriation of the port authority’s
land or lesser interests therein; (5) joining the port authority; (6) relocation
of a road, railroad, or public facility under R.C. 4582.57; or (7) legal
matters involving the township and port authority.
3. As a member of the board of directors of the port authority, the person
may not participate in any deliberations, discussions, negotiations, or votes
concerning (1) contracts or property transactions with the township; (2)
port authority tax levies or bond issues for additional funding when the
township has placed such a levy or bond issue on the ballot; (3)
appropriation of the township’s land or lesser interests therein; (4)
participation by the township in the port authority; (5) development or use
of port authority property, facilities, or services by the township; or (6)
legal matters involving the township and port authority.

2006-004
For some reason, I can't use the "select text" tool on this PDF document, and so I can't show you the syllabus. The opinion deals with paid campaign staff of a candidate for statewide office and is in response to a request from Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell.

Later

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