Fiscal Note & Local Impact Statement

123 rd General Assembly of Ohio

 

BILL:

H.B. 496

DATE:

May 2, 2000

STATUS:

As Enacted – Effective August 29, 2000

SPONSOR:

Rep. Schuler

LOCAL IMPACT STATEMENT REQUIRED:

No —

No local cost

 

CONTENTS:

To designate the "William J. Brown Memorial Highway"


 

State Fiscal Highlights

 

STATE FUND

FY 2001

FY 2002

FUTURE YEARS

 

Highway Operating Fund Group

     Revenues

- 0 -

- 0 -

- 0 -

     Expenditures

$400 increase

- 0 -

- 0 -

Note: The state fiscal year is July 1 through June 30. For example, FY 2001 is July 1, 2000 - June 30, 2001.

 

·        The placement of markers on U.S. Route 250 in Harrison County is permissive for the Department of Transportation (ODOT).  A maximum of two signs would be placed at an estimated cost of $200 per sign.

 

Local Fiscal Highlights

 

·        No direct fiscal effect on political subdivisions.

 


 

 



Detailed Fiscal Analysis

 

The bill designates a portion of U.S. Route 250 in Harrison County, as the “William J. Brown Memorial Highway.”  The Director of Transportation would be permitted to erect markers along the highway indicating this designation. Since the placement of markers is permissive, ODOT may or may not incur costs. Past markers erected for memorial highways have cost the department $200 each and historically, only two such markers were erected.  Initially, it appears that there would be only two signs placed by ODOT, therefore, the total cost is estimated to be $400.

 

 

 

 

 

q LBO staff:  Clifford R. Marsh, Budget/Policy Analyst

 

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