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VILLAGE OF NASHVILLE

TRAFFIC CONTROL ORDER

(7-26-1979)

 

Pursuant to the Uniform Vehicle Code, as adopted by the Nashville Village Council and effective as of July 26, 1979.

 

Pursuant to Sections 2.25 and 2.53 respectively, a survey has been made on Village of Nashville parking lot lying westerly of water alley, Nashville, Michigan [parking lot], and being of the opinion, as determined by such survey, that the absence of certain traffic control devices at such intersections, parking lot or streets is dangerous to those using such street and would unduly interfere with the free movement of traffic.  I have hereby erected or cause to be erected certain traffic control devices which give notice of the following prohibitions or restrictions:

 

No parking of semi tractors or trailers.

 

Any control orders heretofore made with respect to the foregoing are hereby rescinded and superseded.

 

This order is in conformity with Section 2.53 of the Uniform Traffic Code for the Village of Nashville.

 

This order becomes effective when signs giving notice of same have been erected.

 

Moved by Lonny Kienutske, supported by Sandra Kohfeldt that the above Traffic Control Order be adopted as read.