1246.11  STREET NAME SIGNS AND TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNS.
   (a)   Street name signs shall be furnished and installed by the developer of the proposed subdivision.  The letters and numerals shall be white and shall be four inches in size set on a green reflecting base six inches high.  The signs shall be mounted at a minimum height of eight feet above the top of the curb.  Placement of signs shall be in accordance with the Ohio Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways, promulgated by the Ohio Department of Transportation, as revised, and placed on diagonally opposite corners, on the far right-hand side of the intersection for traffic on the more important street, and as close to the corner as possible.
   In addition thereto, a street directory shall be furnished and installed at the entrance of each subdivision by the developer of the proposed subdivision, setting forth all the names of the streets in the development.  The size, shape and placement of said directory shall be subject to the approval of the Planning Commission.
   (b)   Traffic control signs shall be furnished and installed by the developer under the supervision of the Police Department in accordance with the Ohio Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways, promulgated by the Ohio Department of Transportation.  The developer shall provide the necessary funds to cover the expense of said signs prior to final plat approval.
(Ord. 1986-53.  Passed 6-4-86; Ord. 98-114. Passed 9-1-98.)