§ 10.16  SECTION HISTORIES; STATUTORY REFERENCES.
   (A)   As histories for code sections, the specific number and passage date of the original ordinance, and the three most recent amending ordinances, if any, are listed following the text of the code section.
Example:   (Ord. 1-60, passed 5-13-60; Am. Ord. 1-70, passed 1-1-70; Am. Ord. 1-80, passed 1-1-80; Am. Ord. 1-85, passed 1-1-85)
   (B)   If a statutory cite is included in the history, located in parenthesis immediately following a division or section of this code, this indicates that the text of the division or section reads substantially the same as the statutory provision.
Example:   (R.C. § 4511.01)
   (C)   If a statutory cite is set forth as a “statutory reference” following the text of a section, this indicates that the reader should refer to that statute for further information.
Example:
   § 30.08  PUBLIC RECORDS AVAILABLE.
      Unless otherwise exempted by state law, all public records shall be promptly prepared and made available for inspection to any person.
   (R.C. § 149.43(B))
   Statutory reference:
      Public records, see R.C. § 149.43