130th Ohio General Assembly
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Am. Sub. S. B. No. 245  As Enrolled
(130th General Assembly)
(Amended Substitute Senate Bill Number 245)



AN ACT
To amend section 5533.977 and to enact sections 5533.471, 5533.542, 5533.543, 5533.544, and 5533.545 of the Revised Code to designate four new memorial highways in Butler, Hamilton, and Warren counties; to revise a memorial highway designation; to designate a portion of State Route 264 within the city of Cincinnati as the "Elder High School Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway"; to authorize the Director of Transportation to erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name; and to authorize Elder High School, subject to approval by the Director, to erect auxiliary markers on a periodic basis indicating the name of one of the eleven Elder High School graduates who died during the Vietnam conflict.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1.  That section 5533.977 be amended and sections 5533.471, 5533.542, 5533.543, 5533.544, and 5533.545 of the Revised Code be enacted to read as follows:

Sec. 5533.471.  (A) That portion of state route number two hundred sixty-four located within the city of Cincinnati and also known as Glenway avenue, commencing at the intersection of that route and Gilsey avenue and extending in an easterly direction to the intersection of that route with Beech avenue, shall be known as the "Elder High School Vietnam Veterans Memorial Highway."

(B) The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

(C) Subject to approval by the director in relation to the marker size, color, format, and method of placement, elder high school may erect auxiliary markers in conjunction with the markers erected by the director under division (B) of this section, bearing one of the following names:

(1) "Navy Commander Leonard Frederick Vogt, Jr.";

(2) "Air Force Captain Albert Francis Sayer, Jr.";

(3) "Marine Corps Sergeant Thomas Patrick Kindt";

(4) "Army Specialist Five Robert James Oates";

(5) "Army Corporal Donald Lawrence Schnee";

(6) "Marine Corps Corporal David Raymond Caruso";

(7) "Army Private First Class Michael Lee Faulkner";

(8) "Marine Corps Private First Class Michael Francis Huwel";

(9) "Army Private First Class Paul Patrick Davis";

(10) "Marine Corps Corporal William Francis Reiter";

(11) "Marine Corps Lance Corporal Michael Robert Witt."

Elder high school may alternate the approved auxiliary markers on a periodic basis.

Sec. 5533.542.  That portion of the road known as state route number one hundred twenty-two, commencing at the intersection of that route and Atrium boulevard within the municipal corporation of Middletown and proceeding in an easterly direction to the intersection of that route and Wilson farms boulevard within Franklin township within Warren county only, shall be known as the "Capt. Bartt D. Owens Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.543.  In addition to any other name prescribed in the Revised Code or otherwise, that portion of the road known as interstate route number seventy-one, commencing at mile marker number fifteen and proceeding in a northerly direction to mile marker number seventeen within Hamilton county only, shall be known as the "Spc. Donald S. "Scott" Morrison Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.544.  That portion of the road known as Tylersville road, commencing at the intersection of that road and interstate route number seventy-five in Butler county and proceeding in an easterly direction to the boundary of Butler and Warren counties, shall be known as the "Spc. Michael B. Cook, Jr. Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.545. The portion of the road known as south fair avenue south of state route number one hundred twenty-nine and as north fair avenue north of that state route, commencing at the intersection of south fair avenue and hancock avenue and proceeding in a northerly direction to the intersection of north fair avenue and state route number four in the municipal corporation of Hamilton in Butler county, shall be known as the "Sgt. Charles J. Webb Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.977.  In addition to any other name prescribed in the Revised Code or otherwise, that portion of the highway known as United States route number forty-two, commencing at the intersection of that route and Butler Warren road and proceeding in a northeasterly direction to the intersection of that route and West Main Street in the municipal corporation of Mason Bunnell road in Warren county only, shall be known as the "SFC William B. Woods, Jr. Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

SECTION 2. That existing section 5533.977 of the Revised Code is hereby repealed.

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