In a proceeding where a development company and property owners sought to develop a subdivision of single-family homes in two phases (I and II), the applicant appealed the denial of a preliminary plat for Phase I and a conditional acceptance of Phase II. The Supreme Court addressed the question of whether a service of summons by a clerk of courts upon an administrative agency along with a copy of a notice of appeal is sufficient to perfect an administrative appeal under R.C. 2505.07, and held that it is indeed sufficient.
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