City's OHRV ordinance dies for lack of a second

An off-highway recreational vehicle (OHRV) sign is shown Thursday near Shamokin City Hall. An OHRV ordinance, which would allow law-abiding operators of ATVs and side-by-sides to travel on designated streets within the city, died on the floor for a lack of a second during city council’s meeting Thursday at City Hall.

SHAMOKIN — An off-highway recreational vehicle (OHRV) ordinance died on the floor for a lack of a second during city council’s meeting Thursday at City Hall.

Councilwoman Jen Seidel made the motion to adopt the ordinance that would allow law-abiding operators of ATVs and side-by-sides to travel on designated streets within the city.

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