All traffic control devices placed pursuant to the provisions of this Traffic Code shall conform to the Ohio Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways as set forth in Ohio R.C. 4511.09, except as follows: Where it is determined by the combined judgment of the Director of Public Service and the Chief of Police of the City, that by virtue of one or more factors, such as topography, visibility, presence of school children and/or pedestrian traffic, probability of traffic accidents occurring at an intersection, and any other factor which, in the combined judgment of the Chief and the Director, renders such intersection dangerous to the residents of the City and any others utilizing the streets and highways of the City, then, upon the application of the standards set forth herein, the Chief and the Director may erect stop signs and create multi-way stop installations at various intersections within the City upon filing an order to that effect with the Clerk of Council. If Council renders an objection to such installation within ten days after such filing, then such installation shall not proceed.  If no objection is rendered by resolution of Council to such installation, then the same shall proceed and shall be legally in force and effect.
(Ord. 1984-134. Passed 8-20-84.)