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Section 5533.241 | Pearl Harbor Memorial Highway.


(A) In addition to the designation in section 5533.24 of the Revised Code, the road known as interstate route seventy-five, running in a southerly direction from the city of Toledo in Lucas county, through the counties of Wood, Hancock, Allen, Auglaize, Shelby, Miami, Montgomery, Warren, and Butler to the city of Cincinnati in Hamilton county, also shall be known as the "Pearl Harbor Memorial Highway."

(B) The director of transportation may erect suitable markers along the highway indicating its name. If the director erects such markers, the markers, to the greatest extent possible, shall be located near Toledo, Lima, Dayton, and Cincinnati.

(C) The department of transportation may accept private contributions to pay all or part of the costs of manufacturing, erecting, and maintaining the markers. Any private money received by the department for the purposes of this section shall be deposited in the state treasury to the credit of the state highway operating fund or any other fund of the department as determined by the director.

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