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This eight (8) member Committee meets at 3:00 p.m. in the Civic Center on the second Tuesday of the month as needed to serve as the City’s Traffic Engineer.
The Committee shall consist of the City Manager, the Chief of Police, the City Engineer, the Planning Director, the Superintendent of Public Works or their duly appointed representatives, together with a representative of the local transit authority, and two (2) city residents of driving age, each of whom may from time to time be determined and appointed by the Council. The chairman shall be chosen by vote of the committee. Any member of such committee, whether appointed by this Chapter or by action of the Council, may be removed by the Council at any time.
It shall be the general duty of the City Traffic Engineer to determine the installation and proper timing and maintenance of traffic-control devices and signals, to conduct engineering analyses of traffic accidents and to devise remedial measures, to conduct engineering and traffic investigations of traffic conditions and to cooperate with other city officials in the development of ways and means to improve traffic conditions, and to carry out the additional powers and duties imposed by ordinances of this city. (Please note: the designation of term “City Traffic Engineer” means the committee comprising the office of City Traffic Engineer acting through a majority of the members thereof, or a duly authorized representative of the office of City Traffic Engineer.)