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Ohio Revised Code Title LV. Roads Highways Bridges § 5533.48

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That portion of the highway known as United States route number two hundred twenty-four, running in a westerly to easterly direction, commencing at the junction with state route two hundred forty-one in Summit county and extending to state route ninety-one shall be known as the “Cliff Skeen Memorial Highway.”

The director of transportation may erect suitable markers upon the highways indicating its name.

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