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TRAFFIC RULE: Council OKs amendment

June 14, 2012


COLUMBIA CITY — The council approved an amendment to the Traffic Ordinance at its meeting Tuesday.
At the Common Council of Columbia City’s meeting in May, Kelly Cearbaugh, the Columbia City street superintendent, requested an amendment to chapter 75 of the city’s Traffic Ordinance.
Mayor Ryan Daniel reminded the council that this was an amendment “to kind of go through and change different things.”
The amendment regarded two-way stop intersections, one-way stop intersections, yield right-of-way intersections and speed limits.

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