(A)   The County Board of Commissioners confers upon the County Highway Department’s Supervisor the authority to regulate and control vehicular traffic on public rights-of-way within the unincorporated areas of the county, by the posting of signs including, but not limited to, stop signs, yield signs, speed control signs, and weight limit signs. 
   (B)   The Supervisor is also authorized, in his or her discretion, to grant temporary special permits for the use of public rights-of-way in unincorporated portions of the county, which would otherwise be prohibited by the Frost Law or other weight limit restrictions.  These temporary permits shall be subject to those terms, conditions, or restrictions as the Supervisor of the County Highway Department or the Board of Commissioners shall deem proper to impose for the benefit and protection of the county road system.
(`88 Code, § 7-70)  (Ord. 94-9, passed 6-20-94)