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05-1075-RR-RCP

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Case Title: LAKE LOCAL SCHOOLS
Status: AR-Archived
Industry Code: RR-RAILROAD
Purpose Code: RCP-Railroad Crossing Protection
Date Opened: 8/31/2005
Date Closed:
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02/02/2006Final report filed by PUCO staff, case closed2
11/23/2005Service Notice2
11/22/2005Service Notice2
11/22/2005Opinion and Order stating that an exemption, pursuant to Section 4511.63, Revised Code, be granted to allow buses, school buses, and any vehicle transporting a material or materials required to be placarded under 49 C.F.R.. Parts 100-185, to proceed without stopping at the grade crossing located at US 20 (518-643F) in Wood County; ODOT place Exempt signs at the crossing and at other appropriate locations in advance of the crossing.5
11/21/2005Returned certified mail.2
11/10/2005Proof of publication. (Wood County)1
11/04/2005Transcript of proceedings of public hearing and meeting in the matter of the request for an exemption from stopping for school buses at the grade crossing located on U.S. Route 20 (518-643F) Milbury, Wood County, before PUCO staff held October 19, 2005.54
09/20/2005Legal notice publication letter sent to the Daily Sentinel-Tribune. (Wood County)5
09/14/2005Entry ordering that a hearing be set for October 19, 2005, at 1:00 P.M., at the Millbury Elementary School, 28025 Main Street, Millbury, Ohio 43447 and Secretary of Commission shall cause publication in a newspaper of general circulation in Wood County, Ohio, not less than seven days prior to the scheduled hearing. (SF)3
09/14/2005Service Notice3
09/08/2005List of parties of record filed by B. Johrendt, PUCO staff.1
09/08/2005Staff rail investigation and findings filed by B. Johrendt.13
08/31/2005In the matter of the request of the Lake Local School District that the railroad crossing on US 20 in Stony Ridge OH be exempted from school buses being required to stop for this crossing that is not currently in use.1
 
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