By Zach Spadt
Pine Bluffs Post 

Burns puts a stop on stop sign removal

 

Zach Spadt/Pine Bluffs Post

Burns Town Council Member Rocky Stoner speaks during the council's meeting on May 9. Stoner voted against changing the stop sign at 4th and Main Streets from a four-way stop to a two-way stop.

Burns Town Council declined a proposal to remove stop signs at a four-way intersection at Fourth and Main Streets during its meeting Monday.

Burns resident Jim Clark addressed the council during the public comment portion of the meeting and said intersection would be better off as a two-way stop sign.

"There's never been an accident there," Clark said.

Council member Rocky Stoner spoke in favor of keeping the intersection a four-way stop and mentioned a recent near-miss at the intersection.

"I about got clobbered. I don't know how I didn't. I say keep it," Stoner said.

Stoner also note...



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