(A)    The Ordinance Administrator or the E-911 Database Supervisor, when an unnamed private road is detected, will assign a temporary numerical designator to the road. The E-911 Database Supervisor will then mail a road naming petition to the predominant property owner and a notice of this action to adjoining property owners. The notice will identify the road section to be named, propose a suggested name if practicable, and allow 30 days for the return of the petition with a two-thirds majority of the named property owners agreeing to the name or a substitute name. If no name or petition is received by the E-911 Database Supervisor within the allotted 30 days' time, the E-911 Database Supervisor will name the road and send notice of the new name to property owners listed on the original petition. The E-911 Database Supervisor must approve substitute names or name private roads in accordance with this chapter.
   (B)   Existing roads with duplicate names will reviewed by the E-911 Database Supervisor to determine which road was named first. The property owners and residents on the road with the duplicate name will be notified as described above. The naming procedure will be as defined in division (A) above.
(Ord. passed 11-6-2000; Ord. passed 1-5-2004; Ord. passed 3-11-2019; Ord. passed 6-7-2021)