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Temporary stop signs a "big hit" so council makes them permanent


The city council hopes that new stop signs on the alternate route to the north side of town will make it safer.

A resolution to place stop signs on East Elm Street by the BNSF overpass came before the council at last week's meeting.

"These stop signs are ones that we put in temporarily as part of our project down at 13th and Illinois when the underpass closed," said pubic services director John Hehnke. "The stop signs seemed to be a big hit, had a lot of good comments about having those stop signs there."

The council had heard positive comments about the signs at an earlier date as...

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