“You did offend me,” Rogers told him.
The ordinance passed 4-2 with Mayor Jason Frentzel, council members Todd Hickman, Christina McElfresh and Anna Hale voting for the change and council members Robert “Bob” Routson and Callahan voting against the ordinance. Vice Mayor Keith Funk was absent.
The ordinance prohibits persons from placing or knowingly dropping upon any part of a highway, lane, road, street or alley any tacks, bottles, wire, glass, nails or other articles that may damage or injure any person, vehicle, or animal traveling along or upon the highway.
Monroe became the first Ohio city to pass such a law.