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Should the traffic lights be removed from four downtown intersections?
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The city plans to remove four traffic lights – at the intersections of Third and Bailey, Fifth and Bailey, Second and Dewey and Third and Dewey – and replace them with stop signs. The move came after a traffic study said the lights were unnecessary and will save the city $12,000 annually.
  Yes. 97 66%
  No. 44 30%
  Don't know. 5 3%
Total responses to this question146100%

 
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