Thank you for the clarification. The Walker case does not address ORC 4511 so it cannot said to be controlling authority on that provision. Further, I did not see anything that would tend to indicate that Walker generally holds ORC 4511 to somehow be unconstitutional. So, you are correct that the city must still comply with .0911 2B. However, the statute does not indicate what the consequences would be for the city's failure to do so. Presumably, the ticket should be dismissed as the intent of the statute appears to be to provide drivers notice of the speed monitoring device. It appears that this issue would need to be taken to an appellate court to get a definitive ruling.
Walker's pertinent holding is that municipalities have home-rule authority under the Ohio Constitution to impose civil [as oppsed to criminal] liability on traffic violators through an administrative enforcement system [as opposed to exclusively a judicial forum].
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