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West End streets threaten public safety

Can the city consider four-way stops across the board in the West End? It’s confusing for some out-of-towers. Some two-way, some four-way? It would be easier and safer to make them universal.

A recent example is Bleeker and Aspen streets — church on the corner, Yellow Brick in close proximity and cars barreling through the intersection trying to make a light on Main Street.

Why wait until there’s an accident!

Mike Dobson


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