Reynoldsburg Revotes to Again Approve TIF
Editor’s note: City attorney Chris Shook notified ThisWeek on Nov. 2 that Reynoldsburg City Council would vote on a TIF ordinance for a third time Nov. 23 to ensure a “legally correct” timeline. Shook said the Oct. 26 vote occurred incorrectly because it did not allow a 30-day waiting period between the public hearing and final vote, as required by Ohio law.
The third time is the charm, right?
The Oct. 26 meeting of the Reynoldsburg City Council included a “do over” vote on the creation of a tax-increment-financing district planned for a new M/I Homes development that will need to be done over – again.
City attorney Chris Shook said council will have to vote on the TIF ordinance for a third time Nov. 23 to ensure a “legally correct” timeline...click here to read more.