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A. Authority To Erect Stop Signs: Whenever any laws of the city designate and describe a through street, it shall be the duty of the chief of police to place and maintain a stop sign on each street intersecting such through street or intersecting that portion thereof described and designated as such by the laws of the city.
B. Intersections Where Stop Required: The chief of police, on approval by the council, is authorized to determine and designate intersections where a particular hazard exists upon other than through streets and to determine whether vehicles shall stop at one or more entrances to any such stop intersection, and shall erect a stop sign at every such place where a stop is required.
C. Intersections Where Vehicles To Yield Right Of Way: The chief of police, on approval by the council, is authorized to determine and designate intersections where vehicles shall yield the right of way to vehicles on a different street, and shall erect a yield sign at every place where obedience thereto is required. (1969 Code; 1986 Code)