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Nov
26
2022

ORDINANCE 2021-31

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— Public Notice —
ACCEPTING DEDICATION OF MULTIPLE UTILITY
EASEMENTS FOR THE DAYTON STREET STORMWATER
PROJECT AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY

ORDINANCE 2021-31, VILLAGE OF YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO

Interested persons will take note that the Village Council of Yellow Springs on Monday, Nov. 15, 2021, gave an emergency reading to an ordinance, text to follow.

WHEREAS, the construction of a stormwater project along Dayton Street properties requires enlargement of an existing utility easement to include permanent stormwater structures, and

WHEREAS, affected property owners have agreed to grant the necessary easements to the Village to complete the project improvements to alleviate stormwater drainage issues as such utility work is deemed an essential service of the Village,

NOW, THEREFORE, THE COUNCIL OF THE VILLAGE OF YELLOW
SPRINGS, OHIO DOES HEREBY ORDAIN THAT:

Section 1. The Village hereby accepts the dedication of the easements in substantially similar form to the easement agreement which is attached and incorporated in this Ordinance by reference, but not separately designated as an “Exhibit” as each easement shall become effective upon execution by all parties; while a summary of parcel numbers, property addresses and grantors is incorporated as Exhibit A with surveys as Exhibit B.

Section 2. The Village Manager is authorized to execute such easements and shall cause each easement to be recorded at the Village’s expense with the Greene County Recorder.

Section 3. The Clerk shall submit a summary of this legislation for “Table B” of the Table of Special Ordinances at the next codification update of the Village Code of Ordinances.

Section 4. This Ordinance is declared to be an emergency measure authorized under the Village’s home rule powers necessary for the benefit of the health, safety and welfare of the Village and shall take effect immediately upon approval by Village Council.

Brian Housh, President of Council

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