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Modify the law regarding village dissolution

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To amend sections 118.27, 118.31, 317.18, 703.20, 703.201, 703.23, 731.14, 1724.07, 1901.34, 3505.30, 3505.33, 3505.35, 4301.62, 4303.209, 5705.14, and 5739.09; to amend, for the purpose of adopting new section numbers as indicated in parentheses, sections 703.20 (703.33) and 703.201 (703.34); to enact sections 317.115, 703.31, 703.32, 703.35, 703.36, 703.361, 703.362, 703.37, 703.371, 703.372, 703.373, 703.374, 703.375, 703.376, 703.377, 703.378, 703.379, 703.38, and 703.39; and to repeal section 703.21 of the Revised Code to modify the laws regarding village dissolution, the F-9 liquor permit, a special lodging tax, and reporting election results to the Supreme Court, to increase the amount of the threshold for village competitive bidding, and to require the Geauga County prosecuting attorney to prosecute violations of state law arising within the unincorporated areas of Geauga County.

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