Woodbury Police Issue New Three Way Stop Advisory
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There is a new three way stop in the Town of Woodbury. After consulting with the town's engineer it was determined that a three way stop needed to be constructed at the intersection of Leehman St. and College St. This will be hard for people to get used to.

We have been sure to mark it as best as we can to insure that it is visible and properly marked. I hope this will have a positive effect on this busy street.

A recent study showed that between 700 and 800 vehicles per day travel this street. It is also a popular thoroughfare for some children who walk to school and is also a busy street for the patrons who use the library.

We are hoping that this will slow down the traffic and make it a safer intersection.

(Information provided by Woodbury Police Chief Tony Burnett)
Members Opinions:
August 27, 2009 at 6:11am
Not needed, just another place to write tickets to add to the city coffers.
August 27, 2009 at 8:10am
It seems to me that this is another example of officials just looking for something to do. I guess if they don't busy themselves then it would require cutbacks and we certainly would not want family members without jobs.
August 27, 2009 at 9:17pm
If you stop at the STOP sign, you won't get a ticket. People fly through there at all times of the day. There are children walking to school, people walking their dog and others out for a stroll. The police are trying to keep our neighborhoods safe.
August 30, 2009 at 7:01am
There was already a stop sign. There was already a speed limit. Why are we spending money to fix something that wasn't broken. What a waste of money.

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