Members of the College Township Board say the Chief of Police requested the "No Parking" signs to be put up throughout the neighborhood after several calls were made from residents complaining of outside traffic parking along roadways and in neighborhood driveways.
The signs were meant to keep non-residential folks out of the streets leading up to the Sandusky house.
Some neighbors are hoping to get the signs removed, others want them to stay up until all of the remaining court cases are concluded.
An ordinance from township officials is required to remove the signs, something College Township Zoning Officer John Franek, Jr. says shouldn't be a problem.
"There currently is not a problem on those streets with the parking concerns that we've had in the past," Franek said. "Based on that, council has determined that we can try taking the signs down, but if the issue would occur again, they always have the option to pass another resolution, another formal action to re-post the signs."
Franek says those signs could come down as early as January, but that issue will be discussed at the next council meeting.