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Case Record For:

91-1769-RR-STP

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Case Title: CITY OF GENEVA/N & W RAILWAY CO.
Status: AR-Archived
Industry Code: RR-RAILROAD
Purpose Code: STP-State funded warning projects
Date Opened: 9/27/1991
Date Closed: 6/10/1993
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06/10/1993Entry ordering that this case be closed of record as the requirements of the November 12, 1992 entry have been fulfilled.0
05/26/1993Final inspection report filed on behalf of the PUCO staff by B. Johnrendt.0
11/12/1992Entry ordering that N&W proceed with the installation of light signals and roadway gates at the Sherman Street Crossing, to be completed no later than 7/9/93.0
10/27/1992Letter stating that plans and cost estimates for this crossing have been received and are found to be consis- tent with applicable standards, and setting construction completion date for July 9, 1993, filed on behalf of the PUCO staff by B. Johrendt.0
10/06/1992Site plans and cost estimates for the installation of automatic warning devices at Sherman Street in Geneva, Ashtabula County, Ohio, DOT 474 007A, MP B-138.22, filed on behalf of N&W Railway Co. by B. Sykes.0
07/21/1992Memo from B. Johrendt, PUCO staff, with attached Resolution No. 2390 of the City of Geneva certifying the availability of funds sufficient to cover designated share of project cost.0
07/09/1992Entry adopting the stipulation and recommendation; the Commission will pay the public share of the project costs; and N & W submit site plans and cost estimates for Commission approval within 90 days.0
06/17/1992Stipulation and recommendation filed on behalf of the PUCO staff by R. Patterson, the City of Geneva by C. Bowman, and N&W by S. Tobias.0
09/27/1991In the matter of the request for modernization of flashing light signals to roadway gates with lights at Sherman Street, City of Geneva, Ashtabula County, Norfolk and Western Railway Company.0
 
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Attorney General:
Attorney Examiner:
Sheets, Kerry