TABLE VI: REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
 
ORD. NO.
DATE
DESCRIPTION
1940-5
7-1-40
Purchasing land from Helen Boyd.
1941-2
1-27-41
Purchasing land of Columbia and Southern Ohio Electric Company.
1944-9
11-20-44
Appropriate land for water works.
1950-3
3-6-50
Authorize sale of former city building property.
NN
12-5-51
Authorize sale of former city building property.
1950-8
4-3-50
Lease of 103-acre tract.
1952-8
6-2-52
Exchange of land with Helen Boyd.
1958-9
3-3-58
Authorize sale of old city dump.
1959-12
3-5-59
Authorize purchase of part of Shaw Farm.
1959-14
3-2-59
Authorize sale of real estate on Park Avenue.
1961-15
5-22-61
Appropriate lands of Raymond Jones.
1961-16
6-5-61
Appropriate lands of Globe Chair Company factory lot.
1963-4
6-3-63
Lease property bordering on  Clear Creek.
Res. 1966-23
8-1-66
Authorizing the Safety and Service Director to exchange deeds with Joseph Hiestand for 82 square rods of land, more or less.
1969-8
3-29-69
Authorizing the Safety and Service Director to purchase the Gene Rice Farm on behalf of the city, consisting of 175 acres, more or less.
1969-28
11-3-69
Authorizing the city to sell certain property to the Highland County Improvement Corporation.
Res. 1969-34
9-2-69
Permitting selling certain property from the Rice Farm acquisition to the Highland County Improvement Corporation.
1970-27
11-24-70
Authorizing the Safety and Service Director to purchase certain property from H.K. Noble.
Res. 1973-3
2-5-73
Authorizing the city to sell certain property not exceeding 20 acres, being a portion of that property known as the Rice Farm, to the Highland County Improvement Corporation.
1975-5
3-13-75
Authorizing a lease arrangement between the city and N and W Railroad for 9600 square feet of ground.
1979-9
4-2-79
Authorizing the sale of certain real estate to the Board of Education.
Res. 1982-10
8-2-82
Authorizing contract with City Board of Education for disposal of certain real estate.
1982-19
8-2-82
Authorizing city to dispose of 14.871 acres of the city farm as surplus property to City Board of Education.
Res. 1983-2
5-2-83
Sale of three acres of the city farm to the Community Improvement Corporation.
1983-32
9-6-83
Authorizing city to dispose of 27.380 acres of the city farm as surplus property to city Board of Education.
Res. 84-7
5-7-84
Authorizing sale of five acres of the city farm located on Hobart Drive to the Community Improvement Corporation.
1984-55
11-5-84
Authorizing the Mayor to exercise the city's option to purchase real estate from Joseph H. Shaw, et. al.
Res. 84-6
6-4-84
Authorizing the Safety and Service Director to rent out a building owned by the city, located on the grounds of the city water treatment plant.
Res. 84-22
11-5-84
Authorizing the Mayor to obtain real estate along the southern edge of East Lilly Avenue, between U.S. 62 and SR 247 in an amount sufficient to accommodate a 50-foot wide street.
1984-65
12-10-84
Authorizing the Mayor to lease a ten-foot by ten-foot area of land located on the premises of the water treatment plant to the Department of the Army.
Res. 85-7
3-4-85
Authorizing the Mayor and the Safety and Service Director to sell 2-1/2 acres of the city farm located at Hobart Drive, to the Community Improvement Corporation.
Res. 85-15
6-3-85
Authorizing the Mayor to give a 50-year lease of an unopened part of Fair Street to Jeffrey J. Hoskins.
Res. 85-17
7-1-85
Authorizing the Mayor to enter into an option contract for the purchase of approximately 293 acres of real property north of the city for use as a reservoir.
Res. 85-34
12-2-85
Authorizing the Mayor to lease the premises known as the Robert Shanks farm to Orville Vance.
Res. 86-3
1-6-86
Authorizing the Safety and Service Director to enter into a lease agreement for the residence located at the Shanks farm.
Res. 86-4
1-6-86
Authorizing the Mayor to enter into a conditional purchase contract with the Hillsboro Board of Education for the Board to purchase 40 acres within the Hillsboro Industrial Park off Hobart Drive.
1986-23
8-4-86
Exchanging an alley parcel along a lot owned by the city for a similar parcel of equal width along the north side of the lot.
Res. 87-10
5-4-87
Authorizing purchase of sidewalks on the 100 blocks of South West Street and West Walnut Street.
Res. 88-4
3-7-88
Authorizing the Mayor to execute a deed of conveyance to the Community Improvement Corporation in fulfillment of an option contract.
Res. 88-20
6-6-88
Authorizing the Mayor or Safety and Service Director to negotiate for the real estate known as the Steven Newby Property on Out Lot 55 in the city.
Res. 89-5
1-30-89
Authorizing the Mayor to enter into an option contract on real property adjacent to the city.
Res. 89-17
10-2-89
Authorizing the Safety and Service Director to enter into a lease agreement for parts of the building at 120 Governor Trimble Place.
1989-20
9-5-89
Authorizing the Mayor and Safety Director to exercise a certain option contract for the purchase of a 234.67- acre tract of real property.
Res. 93-16
10-4-93
Authorizing a lease between the city and Friends of the Colony.
Res. 96-9
5-6-96
Authorizing the Mayor to enter into a lease agreement with Army Corps of Engineers for a weather station.
Res. 96-11
5-6-96
Authorizing the Mayor to enter into a lease agreement for the Colony Theater property.
Res. 97-11
3-3-97
Accepting and approving bid for the rental of 116 acres of park land not used for park purposes
1998-3
1-5-98
Authorizing the Mayor to transfer the Homestead Mushroom property to the Highland County Community Improvement Corporation.
Res. 00-18
9-11-00
Authorizing the Safety and Service Director to quit claim a certain parcel of property at the Rail Road Street facility.
2001-17
10-1-01
Authorizing the Mayor to transfer a parcel of real property from Liberty Park to the Highland County Community Improvement Corporation.
2001-22
12-3-01
Authorizing the conveyance of a parcel of real property from Liberty Park to the Highland County Community Improvement Corporation.
2002-5
3-4-02
Approving a lease with Turning Point for the property at 110 Homestead Drive.
Res. 2-17
10-7-02
Authorizing the Mayor to sell the Homestead Mushroom Building on Homestead Avenue.
2003-8
2-3-03
Authorizing the Mayor to sell one acre, more or less, of the Homestead Drive Industrial Park to CIC for A.A. Craven Bail Bonds.
Res. 04-1
1-5-04
Authorizing the Mayor to enter into a lease for the tillable lands at Liberty Park for three years.
Res. 04-5
2-2-04
Authorizing the Safety and Service Director to enter into a contract with Phillip and Mark Baldwin for leasing of approximately 89.2 acres of tillable ground at Liberty Park.
Res. 04-19
7-12-04
Authorizing a lease to purchase agreement of a sanitary sewer by-pass pump to be used by the Water and Sewer Maintenance Department.
2007-5
2-12-07
Authorizing and directing the Mayor to purchase the Washington School Property from the Hillsboro City School District.
Res. 07-12
2-12-07
Declaring certain property as excess property and authorizing the disposal of such property known as the bus garage on Railroad Street.
Res. 07-41
10-2-07
Authorizing and directing the Mayor to purchase certain property within the city from the Union Stockyards Company.
Res. 10-23
6-24-10
Authorizing the Mayor to contract for sale of the old City Building.
Res. 12-29
9-10-12
Authorizing the Mayor to authorize and deliver a quit claim deed and deeds of easement to the State of Ohio for the right-of-way necessary to complete the Hobart Carl Smith Drive Extension.
Res. 13-6
3-11-13
Accepting the bid of Adam Vance for the lease of 85 acres (more or less) of cropland at Liberty Pass for three years.
2013-8
9-9-13
Authorizing the sale of land no longer needed for public use.
2015-01
3-9-15
Authorizing the sale of land no longer needed for public use (known as the Old Bus Barn on Railroad Street).
Res. 15-25
7-13-15
Authorizing the Safety and Service Director to convey certain property to the Community Improvement Corporation (interests in the YMCA property, city bus garage, and Colony Theater).
2016-13
10-11-16
Assent to detachment of land from the city: Parcel #25-55-001-009.00 consisting of 0.081 acres and Parcel #25-55-001- 007.00 consisting of 1.164 acres.
Res. 17-29
8-14-17
Transferring 1.946 acres (Tract Three of Old Water Plant Property) to the Hillsboro Area Economic Development Corp.