If the judge decides in favor of Fairlawn to close Rothrock Road, drivers will be cited for driving around that barrier too.
Saturday, January 19, 2013
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
If the judge decides in Fairlawn's favor, police will fine drivers who go around Rothrock Road barriers as well.
Fairlawn City Council is looking to approve legislation that will allow police officers to fine drivers who go around or through the gates at Rosemont Boulevard. City Law Director Ed Riegler said police Chief Kenneth Walsh wants to add a new section to the traffic code that will allow officers to enforce the gates and, if the judge rules in Fairlawn's favor, the barriers at Rothrock Road. "It will say that a motorist cannot drive within 25 feet of the barricades," Riegler said. "We can get the code into place now, but we cannot enforce it on Rothrock Road until the judge makes a decision." Mayor William Roth said people have already tried to drive around the concrete barricades and gates at Rosemont Boulevard. "People try to drive around …
Monday, December 5, 2011
Council will meet at 6:30 tonight at Fairlawn City Hall.
Fairlawn City Council will meet at 6:30 tonight in council chambers at City Hall to consider the following agenda items: