ORDINANCE 2006-09

AN ORDINANCE REGULATING TRAFFIC WITHIN THE TOWN OF LEO-CEDARVILLE

STOP INTERSECTIONS

WHEREAS, the Town of Leo-Cedarville desires to place and maintain official traffic control devices regulating, warning, and guiding traffic upon the streets and roadways within the Town; and

WHEREAS, the Town of Leo-Cedarville desires to designate certain intersections as stop intersections;

NOW, THEREFORE, be it Ordained by the Town Council of the Town of Leo-Cedarville, Indiana, that;

Section 1.     Definitions.   The Definitions of all terms contained herein shall be construed in accordance with the definitions contained in I.C. 9-13-2 as it may be from time to time amended.

Section 2.     Obedience to All Official-Traffic Control Devices.   All traffic shall observe and obey all official traffic control devices placed in accordance with this ordinance unless directed by a police officer or fireman.

Section 3.     Manual and Specification for Traffic Control Devices.   All traffic control signs, signals, devices shall conform to the Indiana Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways prepared by the State Highway Commission. All signs and signals required by this ordinance for a particular purpose, shall so far as practicable, be uniform to type and location throughout the Town. All traffic control devices so erected and not inconsistent with the provisions of state law or this article shall be official traffic control devices.

Section 4.     Authority to Install.   The Town Council shall have placed and maintained official traffic control devices when and as required under the traffic ordinances of the Town to make effective the provisions of such ordinances, and may place and maintain such additional traffic control devices as the Town Council may deem necessary to regulate, warn or guide traffic under the traffic ordinances of the Town or state vehicle code.

Section 5.     Stop Intersections.   The intersections as listed on the following attached schedule(s) shall be designated stop intersections as of the latest effective date of each schedule. All schedules shall reference this ordinance number and shall be individually adopted and dated.

Section 6.     Penalty.   Whoever violates any provisions of this ordinance, upon conviction thereof, shall be fined not more than $100.00 plus any additional fines and fees as imposed by the governing court.
See Also:   Ordinance 2014-4

TOWN OF LEO-CEDARVILLE

Janice Linn
Janice Linn
Council President

R. Paul Steffens
R. Paul Steffens

Michael K. Young
Michael Young

John Clendenen
John Clendenen
Vice President

Cindy J. Kimm
Cindy Kimm

ATTESTATION OF CLERK-TREASURER
I, Pamela Spannuth, the Clerk-Treasurer for the Town of Leo-Cedarville, Indiana, hereby attest that the ordinance set forth above was introduced by the legislative body of the Town of Leo-Cedarville on June 6, 2006and adopted on September 5, 2006. The ordinance was signed by the Executive for the Town of Leo-Cedarville, and properly executed in my presence on September 5, 2006.

Pam Spannuth
Pamela Spannuth
Leo-Cedarville Clerk-Treasurer

 

 


 

SCHEDULE A
STOP INTERSECTIONS

MERCHANTILE VILLAGE
PIONEER VILLAGE SUBDIVISION
METEA VALLEY SUBDIVISION

Reference. Ordinance 2006-09

Stop Intersections.   The following intersections within the Town of Leo-Cedarville shall be designated stop intersections as posted:

MERCHANTILE VILLAGE
Stop on: Pony Express Run @ Trading Post Road
PIONEER VILLAGE
Stop on: Trading Post Road @ Amstutz Road
Wild Horse Court @ Trading Post Road
Metea Court @ Trading Post Road
Red Fox Way @ Black Smith Run
Blacksmith Run @ Trading Post Road
Covered Wagon Trail @ Trading Post Road
Blackstone Court @ Covered Wagon Trail
Bakers Mill Court @ Covered Wagon Trail
Covered Wagon Trail @ Pioneer Trail
White Horse Court (2) @ Pioneer Trail
Flint Court @ Pioneer Trail
Bear Creek Court @ Settlers Trail
Red Cloud Court @ Settlers Trail
Bobcat Court @ Settlers Trail
Bobcat Trail @ Settlers Trail
Trapper’s Cove @ Settlers Trail
Yellow Feather Court (2) @ Settlers Trail
Settlers Trail @ Hosler Road
Cabin Court @ Bobcat Trail
Pioneer Creek Court @ Bobcat Trail
Nugget Trail @ Bobcat Trail
Bobcat Trail @ Metea Valley Parkway
3 Way Stop Intersections:
Intersection of Blacksmith Run and Trading Post Road
Intersection of Covered Wagon Trail and Pioneer Trail
4 Way Stop Intersections:
Settlers Trail and Bobcat Court and Bobcat Trail
METEA VALLEY
Stop On: Metea Valley Parkway @ Hosler Road
Greystone Court @ Metea Valley Parkway
Metea Valley Parkway @ Flint Creek Crossing
Black Wolf Pass @ Flint Creek Crossing
Broad Ax Trail (2) @ Whitetail Run

 

TOWN OF LEO-CEDARVILLE

Janice Linn
Janice Linn
Council President

R. Paul Steffens
R. Paul Steffens

Michael K. Young
Michael Young

John Clendenen
John Clendenen
Vice-President

Cindy J. Kimm
Cindy Kimm

 

ATTEST:

Pam Spannuth
Pamela Spannuth
Leo-Cedarville Clerk-Treasurer

 

Editor’s Note:   Referenced from Traffic Schedules.