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Non-Petition Question: Particular Site Adjudged a Nuisance

This local liquor option question is placed on the ballot by filing with the board of elections the judgment entry declaring the particular location a nuisance, as defined in R.C. 3767.01(C).

The question shall be submitted to the electors as follows:“Shall the sale of beer and intoxicating liquor at ______________________________ (insert the address of the permit premises) ______________________, which was adjudged to be a nuisance to the public by (insert the name of the court, including the name of the political subdivision of the court, issuing such judgment) ____________________on (the date the judgment was issued by the court) ________________________________ be permitted in this precinct?”



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