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Adair Co. Fiscal Court 12 Jun 2018 - Two more slow county roads

Headscratcher: One road gets a reduction from 55mph to 25mph, another from 55mph to 35mph. You may wonder why. Is it because the state requires the irrational system of changing speed limits one road at a time? It's a confusing solution to a confusing problem. Comments?

By Ed Waggener

The Adair County Fiscal Court approved first readings for two more slower, safer roads last night: The court unanimously approved first readings reducing the speed limit on New Hope Church Road in District 1 from 55 mph to 20 mph.

. In a separate action, the court approved reducing the speed limit on Buell Collins Road from 55 mph to 25 mph.

The court also approved a first reading adding a bus turnaround at 808 Marlow Campbell Road in District 1. (Note: The county sign for this road reads "Marlo" Campbell Road. - EW)

The court unanimously approved a second reading for a bus turnaround on Karen Drive. in District 7.

This story was posted on 2018-06-13 05:45:19
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