2006 Ohio Revised Code - [3109.17.1] 3109.171.Approval or revision of local allocation plan; responses to failure to submit plan.

[§ 3109.17.1] § 3109.171. Approval or revision of local allocation plan; responses to failure to submit plan.
 

(A)  On receipt of a local allocation plan from a child abuse and child neglect prevention advisory board submitted pursuant to division (F)(1) of section 3109.18 of the Revised Code, the children's trust fund board may do either of the following: 

(1) Approve the plan; 

(2) Require that the advisory board make changes to the plan and submit an amended plan to the board. 

(B)  If an advisory board fails to submit to the children's trust fund board a local allocation plan pursuant to division (F)(1) of section 3109.18 of the Revised Code that is postmarked on or before the first day of April preceding the fiscal year for which the plan is developed, if an advisory board fails to submit an amended plan pursuant to division (A)(2) of this section, or if a plan or an amended plan submitted by an advisory board is not approved by the children's trust fund board, the children's trust fund board may do either of the following for the fiscal year for which the plan was to have been developed: 

(1) Deny funding to the advisory board; 

(2) Allocate a reduced amount of funds to the advisory board, on a pro-rata daily basis. 

(C)  If an advisory board fails to submit to the children's trust fund board an annual report pursuant to division (K)(2) of section 3109.18 of the Revised Code not later than the fifteenth day of August following the year for which the report is written, the board, for the following fiscal year, may allocate a reduced amount of funds to the advisory board on a pro-rata daily basis. 
 

HISTORY: 150 v S 66, § 1, eff. 5-6-05.

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