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New look at Campbellsville & Reed/Merchant Streets

2017-12-07 - Between City Hall/FM2/Adair Judicial Center/Grissom Martin Funeral Home - Photo by Linda Waggener,
The new cleaner, less intrusive traffic lights are in place at one of Columbia's busiest intersections. The jury is still out - maybe it permanently hung - on the benefits. Some are adopting a wait and see. But in City Council - see accompanying story - some voiced a rather harsh verdict. Civil discourse comments are welcome, whether you totally dislike the new version, whether you see it as a definite improvement, or whether you are an advanced thinker who knows that traffic lights in cities are totally uncalled for - but better not say that now - just wait a few decades or a century. - EW. Clicking Read More accesses the detailed City Council meeting.

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