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PUBLIC NOTICE

 

ROAD PETITION

 The undersigned petitioners, freeholders of said county residing in the vicinity of the proposed improvement hereinafter described, respectfully represent that the public convenience and welfare require the VACATION of PART OF AN ALLEY (AKA Wood Street) IN VILLAGE of EVERGREEN a Public Road on the line hereinafter described, and make application to you to institute and order proper proceedings in the premises for vacating part of such alley, the same not being a road on the State Highway System.

The following is a general route and termini of said alley: (AKA Wood Street)

Alley 1:

Situated in the Village of Evergreen, Section 15, Springfield Township. Beginning at the Northwest corner of Lot 25 and South line of Wood Street, thence North 40 Degrees West 33 feet to the most Southerly corner of lot 24, thence North 50 Degrees East 132 feet to the south line of High Street, thence continuing along the south line of High Street South 40 Degrees East 33 feet, thence South 50 Degrees West 132 feet to the point of beginning containing approximately 0.1 acres more or less.    

As a result of this vacation, the following adjacent landowner shall be taxed as follows:

William Woolridge – 0.1 acres in Alley 1

The Commissioners will view the road on Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 1:30 P.M. All persons interested are hereby notified to be and appear before the Board of Gallia County Commissioners at the Gallia County Courthouse for a final hearing on Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 11:30 A.M. to give testimony hearing upon the necessity of vacating said road and whether the prayer of the petitioners should be granted.

This notice shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in Gallia County once a week for two consecutive weeks on October 12 & October 19, 2018 and will also be located on the Gallia County website www.gallianet.net from October 12 through November 8, 2018.


ROAD PETITION

 The undersigned petitioners, freeholders of said county residing in the vicinity of the proposed improvement hereinafter described, respectfully represent that the public convenience and welfare require the VACATION of PART OF AN ALLEY (AKA High Street) IN VILLAGE of EVERGREEN a Public Road on the line hereinafter described, and make application to you to institute and order proper proceedings in the premises for vacating part of such alley, the same not being a road on the State Highway System.

The following is a general route and termini of said alley: (AKA High Street)

Alley 1:

Situated in the Village of Evergreen, Section 15, Springfield Township. Beginning at the Northeast corner of Lot 25 and Southeast corner of Wood Street, thence South 40 Degrees East 82.5 feet to the Northeast corner of lot 26, thence North 50 Degrees East 33 feet to the north line of High Street, then continuing along the north line of High Street North 40 Degrees West to the Section Line, thence Southwesterly along said section line to the Northeast corner of lot 24, thence South 40 Degrees East 33 feet to the place of beginning containing approximately 0.08 Acres more or less.    

As a result of this vacation, the following adjacent landowner shall be taxed as follows:

William Woolridge – 0.08 acres in Alley 1

The Commissioners will view the road on Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 2:00 P.M. All persons interested are hereby notified to be and appear before the Board of Gallia County Commissioners at the Gallia County Courthouse for a final hearing on Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 11:45 A.M. to give testimony hearing upon the necessity of vacating said road and whether the prayer of the petitioners should be granted.

This notice shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in Gallia County once a week for two consecutive weeks on October 12 & October 19, 2018 and will also be located on the Gallia County website www.gallianet.net from October 12 through November 8, 2018.


ROAD PETITION

 The undersigned petitioners, freeholders of said county residing in the vicinity of the proposed improvement hereinafter described, respectfully represent that the public convenience and welfare require the NAME CHANGE of JOHNSON RIDGE ROAD to POLCYN RIDGE ROAD a Public Road on the line hereinafter described, and make application to you to institute and order proper proceedings in the premises for changing the name of such road, the same not being a road on the State Highway System.

The following is a general route and termini of said road:

Being all of Johnson Ridge Road (CR 9) located in Addison Township, Sections 20, 21, 22 and 28, being more particularly described as follow:

Beginning at the intersection of Johnson Ridge Road and Georges Creek Road (CR 7); thence leaving said Georges Creek Road and with the meanderings of the centerline of said Johnson Ridge Road (as traveled on this date) in a Northwesterly direction 2.472 miles to a point at the centerline intersection of said Johnson Ridge Road and Addison Pike (CR 1), said point being the terminus of Johnson Road and the terminus of the name change herein described.

The Commissioners will view the road on Thursday, October 25, 2018 at 1:30 P.M. All persons interested are hereby notified to be and appear before the Board of Gallia County Commissioners at the Gallia County Courthouse for a final hearing on Thursday, November 1, 2018 at 11:45 A.M. to give testimony hearing upon the necessity of NAME CHANGE said road and whether the prayer of the petitioners should be granted.

This notice shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in Gallia County once a week for two consecutive weeks on October 11 & October 18, 2018 and will also be located on the Gallia County website www.gallianet.net from September 27 through November 1, 2018.

BY ORDER OF THE GALLIA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

 


                        

RESOLUTION

IN THE MATTER OF SELLING PERSONAL PROPERTY, WHICH IS NOT NEEDED FOR PUBLIC USE, OR IS OBSOLETE OR UNFIT FOR THE USE FOR WHICH IT WAS ACQUIRED BY INTERNET AUCTION

It was moved by Mr. Foster, seconded by Mr. Montgomery to approve the following:

WHEREAS, GALLIA County Board of Commissioners has determined that each year the county has surplus property, including motor vehicles acquired for the use of county officers and departments, and road machinery, equipment, tools, or supplies, which is not needed for public use, or is obsolete or unfit for the use for which it was acquired; and

WHEREAS, Ohio Revised Code Section 307.12 (E) allows by resolution adopted each calendar year the sale of such property by internet auction;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Commissioners of GALLIA County, State of Ohio, declares its intent to sell such property by internet auction and adopt the following;


GALLIA County

Online Surplus Property Disposition

General Guidelines

GALLIA County hereby creates the following rules pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 307.12 (E):

  1. The GALLIA County Board of Commissioners has determined that surplus personal property including motor vehicles acquired for the use of County Officers and departments, and road machinery, equipment, tools, or supplies, which is not needed for the public use, or is obsolete or unfit for the use it was acquired is appropriate to be sold by Internet auction.
  2. The auctions shall be conducted on a continuous basis through accessing the GALLIA County surplus property through the GALLIA County website located at www.gallianet.net.
  3. The surplus property will be posted for a period of no less than 15 days, including Saturdays, Sundays, and legal holidays, but such time may be extended at the discretion of the Board or its representative in order to maximize the financial return to the County.
  4. The Board or its representative on an item-by-item basis may determine minimum price or reserve price and the terms or conditions of sale, including but not limited to requirements for pickup and/or delivery, method of payment, and payment of sales tax in accordance with applicable laws for that item. Such information shall be available on the website.
  5. The highest bid for the surplus property will prevail. However GALLIA County reserves the right for its representative to withdraw the offer or cancel bids in an auction if one or more of the following circumstances apply:

a.       It is determined that an auction shall be canceled or terminated early,

b.       A bidder requests permission to back out of a bid,

c.        The identity of the bidder cannot be verified, or

d.       It is determined that a bidder is purchasing the surplus for a use contrary to the health and welfare of GALLIA County or its citizens.

e.       The Board of Commissioners has contracted with GovDeals, Inc. to provide the software necessary for completing the Internet auction.

Vote on Motion:  Ms. Snyder Aye; Mr. Foster Aye; Mr. Montgomery Aye.


RESOLUTION

IN THE MATTER OF DECLARING PERSONAL PROPERTY OBSOLETE, UNFIT, OR NOT NEEDED FOR PUBLIC USE AND AUTHORIZING THE PUBLIC AUCTION, PRIVATE SALE, INTERNET AUCTION, OR DISPOSAL OF CERTAIN PERSONAL PROPERTY

It was moved by Mr. Foster, seconded by Mr. Montgomery to approve the following:

WHEREAS, GALLIA County throughout the year will have miscellaneous minor office furniture, chairs, filing cabinets, shelving, miscellaneous minor office equipment, computers, monitors, printers, fax machines, copiers, typewriters, miscellaneous building hardware and materials, and minor tools and equipmentwhich are not needed for public use, or are obsolete or unfit for the use for which they were acquired.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the board of Commissioners of GALLIA County, State of Ohio, declare that when the above type of personal property becomes obsolete, unfit, or not needed for public use and when the estimated fair market value of each item is less than $50.00, authorize the public auction, private sale, internet auction, or the disposal or salvage of property that has no value, as set by the Ohio Revised Code Section 307.12.

Vote on Motion:  Ms. Snyder Aye; Mr. Foster Aye; Mr. Montgomery Aye.

Lois M. Snyder, President

Howard J. Foster, Vice President

Harold G. Montgomery, Member