LEGAL ADVERTISMENT
Sale of Old Football Stadium and Grounds
The Meigs Local School District, by and thorough the duly elected members of the Board of Education, and with approval of the Board Treasurer, has recently reviewed the real property holdings of the local school district and has found, in keeping with the requirements of Ohio Revised Code Sections 3313.41 and Ohio Revised Code Section 3313.411, that the Board does own a certain parcel of Real Property that is unfit and obsolete for the original purpose for which it was acquired, that the same is no longer needed for any known purpose and that the same should be sold, the same being generally described as a 12.86 acre parcel of land as situated in Salisbury Township, Village of Pomeroy, County of Meigs and State of Ohio, being more commonly known as the former “Football Stadium for Meigs High School.”

Based upon the same the Board did resolve to sell said property, at public sale, as is required, being more particularly described as follows, to wit:

OLD FOOTBALL STADIUM REAL PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

12.86 Acre Parcel

Situated in Salisbury Township, in the Village of Pomeroy, Meigs County, State of Ohio, part of Lot 82, Fraction 10, town 2 North, Range 13 West of the Ohio Company’s Purchase and being described as follows: beginning at an iron pin found at the northwest corner of said Lot 82;

Thence N 87 deg. 12’ 31” E, a distance of 350.90’ to an iron pin set;

Thence S 33 deg. 18’ 07” W, a distance of 25.39’ to an iron pin set;

Thence S 28 deg. 21’ 59” E, a distance of 51.50’ to an iron pin set;

Thence S 13 deg. 44’ 51” W, a distance of 37.08’ to an iron pin set;

Thence S 60 deg. 53’ 09” E, a distance of 320.50’ to an iron pin set;

Thence N 39 deg. 36’ 51” E, a distance of 100.00’ to an iron pin set;

Thence N 51 deg. 30’ 15” W, a distance of 71.74’ to an iron pin set;

Thence N 39 deg. 54 27” E, a distance of 4.50’ to an iron pin set;

Thence N 63 deg. 41’ 45” W, a distance of 21.29’ to an iron pin set;

Thence N 51 deg. 30’ 15” E, a distance of 207.74’ to an iron pin set;

Thence N 87 deg. 12’ 31” E, a distance of 275.00’ to an iron pin set;

Thence S 00 deg. 14’ 51” W, a distance of 51.71’ to an iron pin set;

Thence N 78 deg. 12’ 47” E, a distance of 330.25’ to an iron pin set;

Thence S 07 deg. 50’ 42” E, a distance of 485.35’ to an iron pin found;

Thence S 14 deg. 48’ 23” E, a distance of 100.00’ to an iron pin set;

Thence S 02 deg. 00’ 04” W, a distance of 49.41’ to an iron pin set;

Thence S 61 deg. 59’ 51” W, a distance of 45.00’ to an iron pin set;

Thence S 81 deg. 41’ 43” W, a distance of 84.95’ to an iron pin found;

Thence S 78 deg. 43’ 46” W, a distance of 112.39’ to a railroad spike found;

Thence N 55 deg. 14’ 25” W, a distance of 89.89’ to a point;

Thence N 32 deg. 37’ 38” W, a distance of 99.18’ to an iron pin found;

Thence S 64 deg. 15’ 16” W, a distance of 140.19’ to an iron pin found;

Thence S 64 deg. 13’ 41” W, a distance of 159.48’ to an iron pin found;

Thence S 396 deg. 42’ 30” W, a distance of 63.53’ to an iron pin found;

Thence S 59 deg. 27’ 54” W, a distance of 133.21’ to an iron pin found;

Thence N 26 deg. 00’ 21” W, a distance of 826.27’ to the POINT OF

BEGINNING, passing a chiseled notch found in face of cliff at 153.00’ for reference, said described tract containing 12.86 Acres, more or less, excepting all legal utility easements and rights of way.

Reference Deeds:

All 10.30 acres from Volume 144, page 482

All 0.50 acres from Volume 136, page 379, Parcel 1

All 2.06 acres from Volume 162, page 500, Parcel 1

Bearings are assumed and are for angle measurement only.

MEIGS COUNTY AUDITORS PARCEL No1602500000

The above description is based on a survey in January 2013 by E & E Borderline Surveying, Robert R. Eason, Ohio P.S. No. 7033.

The Board of Education further states that this property will be sold at auction to the highest bidder at a public sale to be held on the 6TH day of March, 2018, at 10:00  a.m., to be held at Bob Roberts Field (Old Stadium) near ticket booth.  The minimum opening bid shall be not less that One Hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.) and, if an opening bid is made, all bids thereafter shall increase in increments of not less than $1,000.00, per bid, until sold. The successful bidder shall provide a bank guarantee letter or cashier’s check for not less than 10% of the purchase price on the day of the sale, with the balance due within 30 days of the sale.

If sold, the Board of Education does further state that the property herein described shall be conveyed by “quit claim deed” to the successful bidder, in “as is and where is” condition, with no warranties, either or express or implied, and that this property is not being conveyed for any specific purpose or use and that no certification is made as to the suitability of the same as to any particular use.

Further, the members of this Board expressly reserve the right to accept or reject any and all bids, for any reason or no reason at all.  All sales shall be final.

RYAN MAHR, PRESIDENT                         ROY JOHNSON, TREASURER

BOARD OF EDUCATION                             BOARD OF EDUCATION

CHRISTOPHER E. TENOGLIA

ATTORNEY FOR THE BOARD