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RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AND DIRECTING THE MAYOR TO APPLY TO THE MARION COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR MONIES DERIVED FROM THE AUTOMOBILE LICENSE TAX, AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY.
WHEREAS, the Marion County Commissioners passed a resolution on September 10, 1969 in the matter of the policy on distribution of the $5.00 permissive auto tax monies, to wit: That no later than the first Monday in February of each year shall be a deadline for this Board to receive from the various cities and villages, County Engineer approved requests for their portion of said monies, after which the Board will examine, view and certify amounts available to each qualified applicant, so they may be eligible to draw their portion after they present a signed contract for improvement to be done, and
WHEREAS, Council, on September 23, 1968, passed Resolution No. 68-39 which stated that Council desired to finance certain improvements from funds allocated by the County Commissioners from the annual license tax of $5.00.
BE IT RESOLVED by the City of Marion, Marion County, Ohio.
Section 1. That the Mayor is hereby directed to make the proper application to the Marion County Commissioners for the City’s portion of the $5.00 permissive auto tax monies to apply against the following listed project:
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1. Bennett St. Latourette St. Uncapher Ave.
2. E. Church St. Forest Lawn Blvd. Kensington Pl.
3. Delaware Ave. S. State St. Hill St.
4. E. Fairground St. N. Main St. E. Corp Line
5. Jefferson St. E. Center St. E. Mark St.
6. Kensington Pl. Mt. Vernon Ave. Indiana Ave.
7. Kensington Pl. Indiana Ave. E. Center St.
8. Leader St. W. Center St. W. Fairground St.
9. Madison Ave. Ackerman Ave. RR Tracks
10. S. Main St. Hill St. Center St.
11. N. Main St. Center St. Klerx Ave.
12. Olney Ave. Bellefontaine Ave. W. Center St.
13. Vernon Hts. Blvd. Bexley Ave. Mt. Vernon Ave.
Section 2. That this resolution is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public health, welfare, and safety of the City of Marion and the inhabitants thereof and for the further reason that it is necessary to make application to the Marion County Commissioners by the first Monday in February, 2014 and as such shall take effect and be enforced immediately upon its’ passage and approval by the Mayor, provided it receives the affirmative vote of two thirds of all members elected to Council; otherwise it shall become effective from and after the earliest period allowed by law.
President of Council
Mayor Scott Schertzer
Clerk of Council