130th Ohio General Assembly
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Am. Sub. H. B. No. 65  As Enrolled
(129th General Assembly)
(Amended Substitute House Bill Number 65)



AN ACT
To amend sections 4501.21 and 5533.372 and to enact sections 4503.713, 5533.102, 5533.103, 5533.252, 5533.253, 5533.341, 5533.353, 5533.355, 5533.373, 5533.374, 5533.375, 5533.376, 5533.541, 5533.591, 5533.602, 5533.603, 5533.636, 5533.637, 5533.638, 5533.639, 5533.687, 5533.732, 5533.763, 5533.764, 5533.765, 5533.766, 5533.767, 5533.791, 5533.932, 5533.941, and 5533.97 of the Revised Code to designate various memorial highways and bridges and to create "Honor Our Fallen" license plates.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Ohio:

SECTION 1. That sections 4501.21 and 5533.372 be amended and sections 4503.713, 5533.102, 5533.103, 5533.252, 5533.253, 5533.341, 5533.353, 5533.355, 5533.373, 5533.374, 5533.375, 5533.376, 5533.541, 5533.591, 5533.602, 5533.603, 5533.636, 5533.637, 5533.638, 5533.639, 5533.687, 5533.732, 5533.763, 5533.764, 5533.765, 5533.766, 5533.767, 5533.791, 5533.932, 5533.941, and 5533.97 of the Revised Code be enacted to read as follows:

Sec. 4501.21.  (A) There is hereby created in the state treasury the license plate contribution fund. The fund shall consist of all contributions paid by motor vehicle registrants and collected by the registrar of motor vehicles pursuant to sections 4503.491, 4503.493, 4503.494, 4503.496, 4503.498, 4503.499, 4503.50, 4503.501, 4503.502, 4503.505, 4503.51, 4503.522, 4503.523, 4503.531, 4503.545, 4503.55, 4503.551, 4503.552, 4503.553, 4503.561, 4503.562, 4503.564, 4503.591, 4503.67, 4503.68, 4503.69, 4503.701, 4503.71, 4503.711, 4503.712, 4503.713, 4503.72, 4503.73, 4503.74, 4503.75, 4503.751, 4503.85, 4503.89, 4503.92, and 4503.94 of the Revised Code.

(B) The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar collects in the fund as follows:

The registrar shall pay the contributions received pursuant to section 4503.491 of the Revised Code to the breast cancer fund of Ohio, which shall use that money only to pay for programs that provide assistance and education to Ohio breast cancer patients and that improve access for such patients to quality health care and clinical trials and shall not use any of the money for abortion information, counseling, services, or other abortion-related activities.

The registrar shall pay the contributions received pursuant to section 4503.493 of the Revised Code to the autism society of Ohio, which shall use the contributions for programs and autism awareness efforts throughout the state.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.494 of the Revised Code to the national multiple sclerosis society for distribution in equal amounts to the northwestern Ohio, Ohio buckeye, and Ohio valley chapters of the national multiple sclerosis society. These chapters shall use the money they receive under this section to assist in paying the expenses they incur in providing services directly to their clients.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.496 of the Revised Code to the Ohio sickle cell and health association, which shall use the contributions to help support educational, clinical, and social support services for adults who have sickle cell disease.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.498 of the Revised Code to special olympics Ohio, inc., which shall use the contributions for its programs, charitable efforts, and other activities.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.499 of the Revised Code to the children's glioma cancer foundation, which shall use the contributions for its research and other programs.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.50 of the Revised Code to the future farmers of America foundation, which shall deposit the contributions into its general account to be used for educational and scholarship purposes of the future farmers of America foundation.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.501 of the Revised Code to the 4-H youth development program of the Ohio state university extension program, which shall use those contributions to pay the expenses it incurs in conducting its educational activities.

The registrar shall pay the contributions received pursuant to section 4503.502 of the Revised Code to the Ohio cattlemen's foundation, which shall use those contributions for scholarships and other educational activities.

The registrar shall pay the contributions received pursuant to section 4503.505 of the Revised Code to the organization Ohio region phi theta kappa, which shall use those contributions for scholarships for students who are members of that organization.

The registrar shall pay each contribution the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.51 of the Revised Code to the university or college whose name or marking or design appears on collegiate license plates that are issued to a person under that section. A university or college that receives contributions from the fund shall deposit the contributions into its general scholarship fund.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.522 of the Revised Code to the "friends of Perry's victory and international peace memorial, incorporated," a nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of this state, to assist that organization in paying the expenses it incurs in sponsoring or holding charitable, educational, and cultural events at the monument.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.523 of the Revised Code to the fairport lights foundation, which shall use the money to pay for the restoration, maintenance, and preservation of the lighthouses of fairport harbor.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.531 of the Revised Code to the thank you foundation, incorporated, a nonprofit corporation organized under the laws of this state, to assist that organization in paying for the charitable activities and programs it sponsors in support of United States military personnel, veterans, and their families.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.55 of the Revised Code to the pro football hall of fame, which shall deposit the contributions into a special bank account that it establishes and which shall be separate and distinct from any other account the pro football hall of fame maintains, to be used exclusively for the purpose of promoting the pro football hall of fame as a travel destination.

The registrar shall pay the contributions that are paid to the registrar pursuant to section 4503.545 of the Revised Code to the national rifle association foundation, which shall use the money to pay the costs of the educational activities and programs the foundation holds or sponsors in this state.

The registrar shall pay to the Ohio pet fund the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.551 of the Revised Code and any other money from any other source, including donations, gifts, and grants, that is designated by the source to be paid to the Ohio pet fund. The Ohio pet fund shall use the moneys it receives under this section to support programs for the sterilization of dogs and cats and for educational programs concerning the proper veterinary care of those animals, and for expenses of the Ohio pet fund that are reasonably necessary for it to obtain and maintain its tax-exempt status and to perform its duties.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.552 of the Revised Code to the rock and roll hall of fame and museum, incorporated.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.553 of the Revised Code to the Ohio coalition for animals, incorporated, a nonprofit corporation. Except as provided in division (B) of this section, the coalition shall distribute the money to its members, and the members shall use the money only to pay for educational, charitable, and other programs of each coalition member that provide care for unwanted, abused, and neglected horses. The Ohio coalition for animals may use a portion of the money to pay for reasonable marketing costs incurred in the design and promotion of the license plate and for administrative costs incurred in the disbursement and management of funds received under this section.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.561 of the Revised Code to the state of Ohio chapter of ducks unlimited, inc., which shall deposit the contributions into a special bank account that it establishes. The special bank account shall be separate and distinct from any other account the state of Ohio chapter of ducks unlimited, inc., maintains and shall be used exclusively for the purpose of protecting, enhancing, restoring, and managing wetlands and conserving wildlife habitat. The state of Ohio chapter of ducks unlimited, inc., annually shall notify the registrar in writing of the name, address, and account to which such payments are to be made.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.562 of the Revised Code to the Mahoning river consortium, which shall use the money to pay the expenses it incurs in restoring and maintaining the Mahoning river watershed.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.564 of the Revised Code to Antioch college for the use of the Glen Helen ecology institute to pay expenses related to the Glen Helen nature preserve.

The registrar shall pay to a sports commission created pursuant to section 4503.591 of the Revised Code each contribution the registrar receives under that section that an applicant pays to obtain license plates that bear the logo of a professional sports team located in the county of that sports commission and that is participating in the license plate program pursuant to division (E) of that section, irrespective of the county of residence of an applicant.

The registrar shall pay to a community charity each contribution the registrar receives under section 4503.591 of the Revised Code that an applicant pays to obtain license plates that bear the logo of a professional sports team that is participating in the license plate program pursuant to division (G) of that section.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.67 of the Revised Code to the Dan Beard council of the boy scouts of America. The council shall distribute all contributions in an equitable manner throughout the state to regional councils of the boy scouts.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.68 of the Revised Code to the great river council of the girl scouts of the United States of America. The council shall distribute all contributions in an equitable manner throughout the state to regional councils of the girl scouts.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.69 of the Revised Code to the Dan Beard council of the boy scouts of America. The council shall distribute all contributions in an equitable manner throughout the state to regional councils of the boy scouts.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.701 of the Revised Code to the Prince Hall grand lodge of free and accepted masons of Ohio, which shall use the contributions for scholarship purposes.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.71 of the Revised Code to the fraternal order of police of Ohio, incorporated, which shall deposit the fees into its general account to be used for purposes of the fraternal order of police of Ohio, incorporated.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.711 of the Revised Code to the fraternal order of police of Ohio, incorporated, which shall deposit the contributions into an account that it creates to be used for the purpose of advancing and protecting the law enforcement profession, promoting improved law enforcement methods, and teaching respect for law and order.

The registrar shall pay the contributions received pursuant to section 4503.712 of the Revised Code to Ohio concerns of police survivors, which shall use those contributions to provide whatever assistance may be appropriate to the families of Ohio law enforcement officers who are killed in the line of duty.

The registrar shall pay the contributions received pursuant to section 4503.713 of the Revised Code to the greater Cleveland peace officers memorial society, which shall use those contributions to honor law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty and support its charitable purposes.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.72 of the Revised Code to the organization known on March 31, 2003, as the Ohio CASA/GAL association, a private, nonprofit corporation organized under Chapter 1702. of the Revised Code. The Ohio CASA/GAL association shall use these contributions to pay the expenses it incurs in administering a program to secure the proper representation in the courts of this state of abused, neglected, and dependent children, and for the training and supervision of persons participating in that program.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.73 of the Revised Code to Wright B. Flyer, incorporated, which shall deposit the contributions into its general account to be used for purposes of Wright B. Flyer, incorporated.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.74 of the Revised Code to the Columbus zoological park association, which shall disburse the moneys to Ohio's major metropolitan zoos, as defined in section 4503.74 of the Revised Code, in accordance with a written agreement entered into by the major metropolitan zoos.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.75 of the Revised Code to the rotary foundation, located on March 31, 2003, in Evanston, Illinois, to be placed in a fund known as the permanent fund and used to endow educational and humanitarian programs of the rotary foundation.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.751 of the Revised Code to the Ohio association of realtors, which shall deposit the contributions into a property disaster relief fund maintained under the Ohio realtors charitable and education foundation.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.85 of the Revised Code to the Ohio sea grant college program to be used for Lake Erie area research projects.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.89 of the Revised Code to the American red cross of greater Columbus on behalf of the Ohio chapters of the American red cross, which shall use the contributions for disaster readiness, preparedness, and response programs on a statewide basis.

The registrar shall pay the contributions received pursuant to section 4503.92 of the Revised Code to support our troops, incorporated, a national nonprofit corporation, which shall use those contributions in accordance with its articles of incorporation and for the benefit of servicemembers of the armed forces of the United States and their families when they are in financial need.

The registrar shall pay the contributions the registrar receives pursuant to section 4503.94 of the Revised Code to the Michelle's leading star foundation, which shall use the money solely to fund the rental, lease, or purchase of the simulated driving curriculum of the Michelle's leading star foundation by boards of education of city, exempted village, local, and joint vocational school districts.

(C) All investment earnings of the license plate contribution fund shall be credited to the fund. Not later than the first day of May of every year, the registrar shall distribute to each entity described in division (B) of this section the investment income the fund earned the previous calendar year. The amount of such a distribution paid to an entity shall be proportionate to the amount of money the entity received from the fund during the previous calendar year.

Sec. 4503.713. (A) The owner or lessee of any passenger car, noncommercial motor vehicle, recreational vehicle, or other vehicle of a class approved by the registrar of motor vehicles may apply to the registrar for the registration of the vehicle and issuance of "Honor Our Fallen" license plates. The application for "Honor Our Fallen" license plates may be combined with a request for a special reserved license plate under section 4503.40 or 4503.42 of the Revised Code. Upon receipt of the completed application and compliance with division (B) of this section, the registrar shall issue to the applicant the appropriate vehicle registration, a set of "Honor Our Fallen" license plates with a validation sticker, or a validation sticker alone when required by section 4503.191 of the Revised Code.

In addition to the letters and numbers ordinarily inscribed on the license plates, "Honor Our Fallen" license plates shall be inscribed with the words "Honor Our Fallen" and a design selected by the greater Cleveland peace officers memorial society and approved by the registrar. "Honor Our Fallen" license plates shall bear county identification stickers that identify the county of registration by name or number.

(B) "Honor Our Fallen" license plates and a validation sticker or, when applicable, a validation sticker alone, shall be issued upon submission by the applicant of an application for registration of a motor vehicle under this section; payment of the regular license tax as prescribed under section 4503.04 of the Revised Code, any applicable motor vehicle tax levied under Chapter 4504. of the Revised Code, any applicable additional fee prescribed by section 4503.40 or 4503.42 of the Revised Code, the contribution provided in division (C) of this section, and an additional fee of ten dollars; and compliance with all other applicable laws relating to the registration of motor vehicles.

(C) For each application for registration and registration renewal that the registrar receives under this section, the registrar shall collect a contribution of fifteen dollars. The registrar shall transmit this contribution to the treasurer of state for deposit in the license plate contribution fund created by section 4501.21 of the Revised Code.

The registrar shall transmit the additional fee of ten dollars described in division (B) of this section, the purpose of which is to compensate the bureau of motor vehicles for additional services required in issuing license plates under this section, to the treasurer of state for deposit into the state treasury to the credit of the bureau of motor vehicles fund created by section 4501.25 of the Revised Code.

Sec. 5533.102. In addition to the designation in section 5533.10 of the Revised Code, that portion of the road known as United States route number fifty, commencing at mile marker number twelve and proceeding in an easterly direction to mile marker number twenty-four within Highland county, shall be known as the "Pfc. Zachary Gullett Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.103. In addition to the name prescribed by section 5533.10 of the Revised Code, that portion of the highway known as United States route number fifty, located within Vinton county only, shall be known as the "Ryan Seitz Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.252. The road known as state route number seventy-three, within Clinton county only, shall be known as the "Sgt. Steven Conover - Veterans Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.253. The road known as state route number seven hundred twenty-nine, within Clinton county only, shall be known as the "Lance Cpl. Brett Wightman - Veterans Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.341.  That portion of the road known as state route number nine, extending in a northerly direction from the municipal corporation of Hanoverton to the municipal corporation of New Garden in Columbiana county, shall be known as the "Coxswain Robert B. Wood Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.353.  That portion of the road known as Pearl road, carrying the designations of United States route forty-two and state route three, commencing at the intersection of that road with Denison avenue within Cuyahoga county and extending in a southerly direction to the intersection of that road with Memphis avenue, shall be known as the "Lance Corporal David Mendez Ruiz Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.355. That portion of state route two, running in an easterly and westerly direction in Lorain county only, shall be known as the "U.S. Marine Lance Corporal David R. Hall Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.372.  In addition to the designation in section 5533.37 of the Revised Code, that portion of the road known as interstate route number seventy-seven, commencing at mile marker number one hundred sixteen thirteen and one-half and proceeding in a northerly direction to mile marker number one hundred eighteen and one-half, shall be known as the "Staff Sgt. Matthew J. Kuglics Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.373.  In addition to the designation in section 5533.37 of the Revised Code, that portion of the highway known as interstate number seventy-seven, running in a northerly and southerly direction within the municipal corporation of Broadview Heights only, shall be known as the "Senior Airman Alecia Good Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.374. In addition to the designation in section 5533.37 of the Revised Code, that portion of the road known as interstate route number seventy-seven, commencing at the intersection of that interstate route and state route number eight hundred and proceeding in a northerly direction to the intersection of that interstate route and Dressler road within Stark county only, shall be known as the "Heath Warner Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.375. The portion of the road known as interstate highway number four hundred eighty located between exits twelve and thirteen shall be known as the "Army Specialist Four Robert J. Urbassik Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.376.  In addition to the designation in section 5533.37 of the Revised Code, that portion of the road known as interstate route number seventy-seven, commencing in Tuscarawas county at mile marker number seventy-nine and proceeding in a northerly direction to mile marker number eighty-one, shall be known as the "Army Private First Class Keith Nepsa Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.541. That portion of the road known as state route number seven, commencing at mile marker number thirty-one in Washington county and proceeding in a northeasterly direction to the boundary of Washington and Monroe counties, shall be known as the "First Lt. Christopher Rutherford Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.591. That part of the road known as state route seven, located within the municipal corporation of Mingo Junction in Jefferson county only, shall be known as the "Captain Nick Hauck Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.602.  The bridge that is part of state route number eight hundred twenty-one, between mile marker number nine and mile marker number ten at mile nine and fourteen-hundredths miles, near the village of Caldwell in Noble county, shall be known as the "Sampson Harris Memorial Bridge."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers upon the bridge or its approaches indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.603.  The bridge that is part of state route number eight hundred twenty-one, between mile marker number eight and mile marker number nine at mile eight and four-hundredths miles, near the village of Caldwell in Noble county, shall be known as the "Freeman C. Thompson Memorial Bridge."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers upon the bridge or its approaches indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.636.  That portion of the road known as state route number six hundred nineteen, located within the municipal corporation of Hartville in Stark county only, shall be known as the "Sgt. 1st Class Daniel B. Crabtree Memorial Road."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.637. The bridge spanning the Hocking River at the eastern edge of the municipal corporation of Athens in Athens county and being part of the highway known as United States route number thirty-three, shall be known as the "Captain Robert C. Hess Jr. – Veterans Bridge."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers upon the bridge or its approaches indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.638. The bridge at the intersection of United States route number thirty-three and state route number seven in Meigs county, shall be known as the "Staff Sergeant Jimmy G. Stewart – Veterans Bridge."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers upon the bridge or its approaches indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.639. The bridge spanning the Hocking River near the community of The Plains in Athens county and being part of the highway known as United States route number thirty-three, shall be known as the "Lt. Lloyd Thomas Memorial Bridge."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers upon the bridge or its approaches indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.687. That portion of the road known as state route number one hundred three, commencing at the intersection of that state route and state route number fifteen and extending in a westerly direction to the intersection of state route one hundred three and township road number ninety-five in Wyandot county only, shall be known as the "Trooper Andrew C. Baldridge Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.732. The bridge spanning state route number seven hundred eleven in the municipal corporation of Youngstown, being part of the road known as Burlington street, shall be known as the "Dominic "Dee Dee" Modarelli Memorial Bridge."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers upon the bridge or its approaches indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.763.  That portion of the road known as United States route sixty-two, commencing in the village of Millwood in Knox county and extending in a northeasterly direction to the boundary of Knox and Holmes counties, shall be known as the "Army Staff Sgt. Shamus O. Goare Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.764.  That portion of the road known as United States route twenty, commencing at the boundary of Lyme and Ridgefield townships in Huron county and extending in an easterly direction through the village of Monroeville to the municipal corporation of Norwalk, shall be known as the "Army Private Jason L. Sparks Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.765. Those portions of the roads known as state route numbers one hundred five and one hundred sixty-three within the municipal corporation of Oak Harbor in Ottawa county only, commencing at Union Cemetery on west state route one hundred five and proceeding in an easterly direction past the point where that state route ceases and joins state route one hundred sixty-three and ending at the address eight thousand four hundred forty-four west state route one hundred sixty-three, shall be known as the "Army Sgt. Keith Kline Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.766. In addition to the designation of the road known as United States route number twenty in section 5533.04 of the Revised Code, that portion of United States route twenty commencing at the intersection of that road and county road number three hundred two in Sandusky county and proceeding in an easterly direction through the municipal corporation of Bellevue to the intersection of that United States route and prairie road, shall be known as the "Army Sgt. Jon Martin Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.767. That portion of the road known as United States route number thirty, commencing at the boundary between Canton and Osnaburg townships and proceeding in an easterly direction to the boundary between Osnaburg township and the municipal corporation of East Canton within Stark county only, shall be known as the "Staff Sgt. Kevin J. Kessler Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.791. In addition to the designation of the road known as state route number four in section 5533.14 of the Revised Code, that portion of state route number four, running in a northerly and southerly direction within the municipal corporation of Fairfield only, commencing at its intersection with south Gilmore road in the south and proceeding in a northerly direction to its intersection with Symmes road in the north, shall be known as the "Lance Corporal Taylor Prazynski Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.932. That portion of the road known as interstate route number four hundred eighty, located within the municipal corporation of Garfield Heights in Cuyahoga county only, shall be known as the "Corporal Brad Anthony Davis Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.941. That part of the road known as state route number one hundred seventy, from the municipal corporation of Calcutta in Columbiana county and extending in a northeasterly direction to the intersection of that state route and the road known as Duke Vodrey road, shall be known as the "Cpl. Kenneth Tyler Butler Memorial Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

Sec. 5533.97. That portion of the road known as United States route number three hundred twenty-two, located within the municipal corporation of Orwell in Ashtabula county only, shall be known as the "Sgt. Kurt D. Schamberg, Orwell Veterans Highway."

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name.

SECTION 2.  That existing sections 4501.21 and 5533.372 of the Revised Code are hereby repealed.

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