Granville Community Calendar

Ordinance 02-1993

ORDINANCE NO. 2-93
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BY:
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AN ORDINANCE GRANTING DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
TO MAINTAIN STATE HIGHWAYS, APPLY STANDARD LONGITUDINAL
PAVEMENT MARKINGS AND ERECT REGULATORY AND WARNING SIGNS ON
STATE HIGHWAYS INSIDE VILLAGE CORPORATION.
GIVING CONSENT OF THE VILLAGE TO THE PLOWING OF SNOW AND USE
OF ABRASIVES FOR ICE CONTROL UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE
DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION, STATE OF OHIO.
WHEREAS, the Director of Transportation, under Section
5521. 01, Revised Code of Ohio, is authorized to maintain, apply
standard longitudinal pavement markings and erect regulatory and
warning signs on extensions of State Highways within the limits
of the Village and,
WHEREAS, the Director of Transportation, under Section
5501.41, Revised Code of Ohio, is also considering the matter of
the plowing of snow and the placing of abrasives for ice control,
under his supervision, on all extensions of State Highways within
the limits of the Village, and,
WHEREAS, Extensions of State Highway Numbers 16, 37, and 661
lie within the Village of Granville, Licking County, and,
WHEREAS, the work proposed to be authorized under this
ordinance shall be restricted to general maintenance of the
travelled roadway surfaces, apply standard longitudinal pavement
markings, erecting regulatory and warning signs, and the plowing
of snow and placing of abrasives for ice control on all State
Highway extensions but not including the removal of snow from
driveways, parking areas, and intersecting roads and streets, and,
WHEREAS, This ordinance shall in no matter relieve discharge the Village or from responsibility for emergency repair of signs installed by the Department of Transportation.
WHEREAS, This ordinance shall in no matter relieve or discharge the Village from responsibility for repair of pavements
or roadway surfaces damaged by the repair, removal or installation of subsurfaces utility lines.
WHEREAS, This ordinance shall in no matter relieve or discharge the Village from any claim or claims of any nature arising from, or growing out of, negligent acts of the Village on said highways in said Village.
NOW, THEREFORE, be it ordained by the Council of Granville, State of Ohio, that:
Section I: It is hereby declared to be in the public interest
that the consent of said Village be, and such
consent hereby is, given to the Department of Transportation of the State of Ohio for said
Department to maintain the travelled portions of, apply standard longitudinal pavement markings,
erect regulatory and warning signs and to plow
snow and place abrasives for ice control on said State Highways in accordance with the standard practices of the Ohio Department of Transportation.
Section II: That the Clerk be, and hereby is directed to furnish the Director of Transportation and the Board of County Commissioners of Licking, Ohio, with a certified copy of this Ordinance
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Ordinance No. 2-93
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Section III:
Passed this
immediately upon the taking effect thereof.
That this Ordinance shall take effect and be in
force from and after the earliest period allowed
by law.
jloti day of 1993.
irtjtcL ATTEST: .
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APPROVED AS,TO FORM:
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Law Director
I, Catherine M. Miller, Clark of Council .of the Village of Granville, Ohio, do
hereby certify that the foregoing ordinance is a true and exact copy of
Ordinance No. 2-93, passed by Village Council, in an open meeting to the public
on February 17, 1993.
Catherine M. Miller
Clerk of Council

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