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Public Works Department will hold another North Village traffic forum

Tuesday, October 16, 2012 | 4:47 p.m. CDT

COLUMBIA — The Columbia Public Works Department will host another open house information forum to discuss traffic in the North Village neighborhood.

The forum will take place 5:30 to 7 p.m. Oct. 24 in the basement conference room at Stephens College Visitor Center, 1215 E. Broadway.

This event follows up on the parking and traffic flow issues expressed by North Village area residents on Oct. 4 and will also serve to provide new information and proposed solutions to the issues.

The forum will discuss specifics onways to calm traffic on Saint Joseph Street. It will also discuss a potential parking permit program for the North Village area, including Park Avenue, Hubbell Drive and Saint Joseph, Saint James and Ash streets. 

The forum will be open for public comments, but individuals unable to attend can direct further questions and express their input to Public Works Department traffic engineer, Richard Stone at (573) 874-7250.

Supervising editor is Emilie Stigliani.


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