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Legal Notice No. 19-8048 Per the Ohio Revised

LEGAL NOTICE NO. 19-8048 Per the Ohio Revised Code Section 723.04, the process for a right-of-way vacation requires filing a petition to Planning Commission to make a recommendation to City Council. The Planning Commission recommendation is forwarded to City Council for final consideration. If approved, the property is split evenly between the abutting property owners and ceases to be public right-of-way. Notice is hereby given that the Middletown City Council will hold a public hearing at 5:30 p.m. on March 5, 2019, during the City Council meeting held in the Council Chambers on the lower level of the City Building, One Donham Plaza, Middletown, Ohio on the following: Right-of-Way Vacation Petition #1-19: A request by petitioner, Jake Rudemiller, P.E., on behalf of Brett Oakley, for two portions of right-of-ways to be vacated near the intersection of Clark Street and Reinartz Boulevard. The first right-of-way vacation is an unnamed alley that is a total of 0.059 acres and the second right-of-way vacation is a portion of Reinartz Boulevard that is a total of 0.042 acres. If approved, the portions of the vacated street and alley will be consolidated with the surrounding properties for the recently approved townhome development to be constructed in spring 2019. The right-of-way vacations require review and approval by City Council. Right-of-Way Vacation Petition #2-19: A request by petitioner, City of Middletown, on behalf of Cohen Brothers, for three portions: Lamneck Street (total of 1.218 acres), Calumet Avenue (total of 1.018 acres), and Grand Avenue (total of 0.634 acre) of public right-of-ways to be vacated. If approved, the portions of streets will be vacated and consolidated with the surrounding property owned by Cohen Brothers Properties LTD and Barrett Paving Materials INC. The right-of-way vacations require review and approval by City Council. Interested persons may appear and be heard at the time and place so stated. Amy Schenck Clerk of Council It is the policy of the City of Middletown to make all public hearings and meetings accessible to all persons, in accordance with state and/or federal laws. If you have a disability which requires accommodation in order for you to attend and/or participate in this meeting, please contact us at 425-7831 at least forty-eight hours prior to the time of the meeting to advise us of the need for accommodation, and reasonable efforts shall be made to provide the same. 1-21,1-28,2-4, 2-11, 2-18,2-25/2019
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