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ORDINANCE NO. 3639
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MISSION, TEXAS PROVIDING FOR A TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICE BEING A FOUR-WAY STOP SIGN INTERSECTION AT HIGHLAND PARK DRIVE AND COUNTRY CLUB DR.; PROVIDING FOR INSTALLATION OF SAID TRAFFIC CONTROL DEVICES BEING STOP SIGNS AND PROPER SIGNAGE THEREOF AND MAKING PROVISIONS OF THE STATE TRANS-PORTATION CODE AND TRAFFIC ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF MISSION IN REGARD TO PENALTY FOR VIOLATION APPLICABLE THERETO:
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MISSION, TEXAS THAT:
SECTION 1: All vehicles traveling west on Country Club Drive must come to a complete stop prior to entering the intersection of Country Club Drive and Highland Park Drive.
SECTION 2: All vehicles traveling east on Country Club Drive must come to a complete stop prior to entering the intersection of Country Club Drive and Highland Park Drive.
SECTION 3: All vehicles traveling south on Highland Park Drive must come to a complete stop prior to entering the intersection of Highland Park Drive and Country Club Drive.
SECTION 4: All vehicles traveling north on Highland Park Drive must come to a complete stop prior to entering the intersection of Highland Park Drive and Country Club Drive.
SECTION 5: The proper devices shall be installed in accordance with the standards adopted by the State Department of Highways and Public Transportation.
SECTION 6: The provisions of the State Transportation Code and the Traffic ordinances of the City of Mission shall be applicable in regard to penalties for violation of said traffic control devices and signs.
SECTION 7: This ordinance shall become effective when said signage is installed and when it has been published as prescribed by law.
READ, CONSIDERED AND APPROVED on this 25th day of April, 2011.
Norberto Salinas, Mayor
ATTEST: Anna Carrillo, City Secretary
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