BEING A BY-LAW TO PROVIDE FOR THE ERECTION OF A STOP SIGN AT AN INTERSECTION
Passed by Council December 22, 2014
THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWNSHIP OF AUGUSTA
BY-LAW NUMBER 3133-2014
A BY-LAW TO PROVIDE FOR THE ERECTION OF A STOP SIGN
AT AN INTERSECTION
WHEREAS Section 137 of The Highway Traffic Act, R.S.O 1990, Chapter H.8, provides that
the Council of a municipality may, by by-law provide for the erection of stop signs at
intersections of highways under its jurisdiction, and every sign so erected shall comply with the
regulations of the Ministry;
NOW THEREFORE THE COUNCIL OF THE TOWNSHIP OF AUGUSTA ENACTS AS
1. The intersection of the highway set out in Column 1 is designated as an intersection
where a stop sign shall be erected at the locations shown in Column 2.
Intersection of Bisseltown and Bethel Rd.
Northwest side of Bisseltown Rd to stop
South bound traffic on Bisseltown Rd.
2. The penalties provided in section 214 of The Highway Traffic Act shall apply to offences
against this by-law.
3. Each designation made by section 1 shall not become effective until stop signs have
been erected in accordance with the regulations of The Highway Traffic Act.
READ a first time and second time this 22 day of December 2014
READ a third time and passed this 22 day of December 2014
Signed by Mayor Doug Malanka and Clerk Pierre Mercier