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Under Ohio law (Ohio Revised Code § 711) the subdivision of property (Major and Minor) in the unincorporated areas of the county (townships) falls under the jurisdiction of the PC. The PC creates rules (Subdivision Regulations) regarding the subdivision of property. In addition, when a township wishes to change its zoning, either the language of the zoning regulations or the district boundaries, they must submit the proposed change to the PC for a recommendation prior to making the change, per the Ohio Revised Code (§ 519).

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