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Published by W. S. Hein in Buffalo .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Ohio.

Subjects:

  • Municipal corporations -- Ohio.,
  • Municipal home rule -- Ohio.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby George D. Vaubel.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKFO431.9.H6 V38
The Physical Object
Pagination1654 p. ;
Number of Pages1654
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4741018M
ISBN 100930342585
LC Control Number78052029
OCLC/WorldCa4262655

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The Ohio Department of Taxation provides the collection and administration of most state taxes, several local taxes and the oversight of real property taxation in Ohio. The department also distributes revenue to local governments, libraries and school districts. One amendment dealt with the idea of municipal home rule. This amendment, if passed, would have allowed Ohio communities with at least five thousand residents to govern themselves, as long as they followed conditions established by the state legislature. Later that same year, Ohioans voted to approve the municipal home rule amendment. Municipal government is a long-established form of local government. Marietta, Ohio, settled in , was the first authorized American community in the Northwest Territory to use this govern- mental system. Other southern Ohio towns, Portsmouth, Cincinnati, Dayton, and Chillicothe, soon joined the ranks. Whenever people naturally group together, the need for a government structure becomes. PRIOR TO HOME RULE Dillon's Rule Like other states, Ohio's local governments, including municipal corporations, were governed by “Dillon’s Rule” 1 Dillon, Municipal Corporations (5th ed. ), Ravenna v. Pennsylvania Company (), 45 Ohio St. Under Dillon’s Rule, a municipal corporation possesses (i) powers that are File Size: KB.