SECTION 1.9 MANDATORY REFERRAL.
No public building, street, boulevard, parkway, park, playground, bridge, tunnel, publicly or privately owned utility or part thereof shall be constructed or authorized to be constructed in the municipality, nor shall any street, avenue, parkway, boulevard or alley be opened for any purpose whatsoever, nor shall any street, avenue, parkway, boulevard, or alley be widened, narrowed, relocated, vacated or its use changed, or any ordinance referring to zoning or other regulations controlling the use or development of land be adopted unless and until the action proposed to be taken or the ordinance or regulation proposed to be adopted shall have been submitted to the Planning Commission for report and recommendation.
      If any plan, design or other proposal concerning the charter, extent, location or use of any public improvement or public property or change thereof within the territorial limits of the municipality does not, under the applicable provisions of this Charter, ordinances of the Council, or the general laws of Ohio to the extent not inconsistent with this Charter or such ordinances, fall within the province of the Council or other official or agency of the municipality, then the submission to the Planning Commission shall be by the State, County, District, School, Township or other official body, board, or commission having jurisdiction over such public improvement or property in accordance with the provisions of the general law of the State of Ohio. The Planning Commission's disapproval may be overruled by the State, County, District, School, Township or other official body, board or commission at any time after 7 days written notice by said State, County, District, School, Township or other official body, board or commission to the Planning Commission stating the reason for such exception. Such overruling of Planning Commission disapproval must be adopted by at least two- thirds of all members of said excepting body. (Adopted 11-2-65.)