130th Ohio General Assembly
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Sub. H. B. No. 19  As Reported by the House Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security Committee
As Reported by the House Transportation, Public Safety, and Homeland Security Committee

130th General Assembly
Regular Session
2013-2014
Sub. H. B. No. 19


Representative Thompson 

Cosponsors: Representatives Damschroder, Ruhl, Celebrezze, Hagan, R., Johnson, Milkovich, Perales 



A BILL
To enact sections 5533.061, 5533.191, 5533.542, 5533.725, 5533.755, and 5533.903 of the Revised Code to designate several memorial highways.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE STATE OF OHIO:
Section 1. That sections 5533.061, 5533.191, 5533.542, 5533.725, 5533.755, and 5533.903 of the Revised Code be enacted to read as follows:
Sec. 5533.061. In addition to any other name prescribed in the Revised Code or otherwise, that portion of the road known as state route number three, running in a northeasterly and southwesterly direction from the Knox and Ashland county line to the community of Amity in Knox county, shall be known as the "U.S. Army Specialist Ryan A. Martin Memorial Highway."
The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.
Sec. 5533.191.  That portion of the road known as state route number nineteen, running in a northerly and southerly direction through the village of Green Springs within Sandusky and Seneca counties, shall be known as the "Lance Corporal Jeremy S. Shock Memorial Highway."
The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.
Sec. 5533.542.  That portion of the road known as state route number six hundred seventy-six, from mile marker number twenty-two to mile marker twenty-three, in Washington county only, shall be known as the "U.S. Army Specialist Allen Nolan Memorial Highway."
The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.
Sec. 5533.725. That portion of the road known as state route number seven hundred twenty-five, commencing at the intersection of that road and Heincke road in the municipal corporation of Miamisburg and extending in an easterly direction to the intersection of that road and state route number seven hundred forty-one, in Montgomery county only, shall be known as the "Marine Corporal Paul W. Zanowick II Memorial Highway."
The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.
Sec. 5533.755. That portion of the road known as state route number fifty-five, running in an easterly direction between the municipal corporations of Troy and Casstown in Miami county, shall be known as the "Pfc. Jeffrey L. Rice Memorial Highway."
The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.
Sec. 5533.903. In addition to any other name prescribed in the Revised Code or otherwise, that portion of interstate route number two hundred seventy, commencing at the intersection of that interstate route and United States route number thirty-three in southeast Franklin county and proceeding in a westerly, then northerly, and then easterly direction to the intersection of that interstate route and state route number three hundred fifteen in northwest Franklin county, shall be known as the "Lt. Miroslav Steven Zilberman Memorial Highway."
The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.
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