Recently, the Ohio Attorney General issued an opinion concluding that a board of county commissioners has the authority to sell water to oil and gas operators. See OAG Opinion 2013-019. The Attorney General went on to conclude, however, that a county does not have the authority to enter into multi-year contracts with private entities to act as a "broker" for the county’s water supplies.
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