Council considers acoustic study and sound design for CoMMA | Govt. and politics

The street closure was requested by Dusty Georges Investment LLC, which owns a few lots near this part of Agnes Street.

What started as a temporary fix to a faulty traffic light may soon become a permanent traffic pattern along College Street.

Council members will vote on whether to replace the traffic lights at the intersection of South College and West Concord streets with a four-lane stop.

The intersection has been operating as a four-lane stop since May, when one of the signals began to malfunction, according to city reports.

Changing the signal to a four-lane stop was previously suggested in the 25% design plan for the College Street renovations, and the city said it had not received any comments on the new traffic pattern. of the intersection. The change would reduce the costs of operating the city’s electricity service.

As this is the first council meeting since the November municipal election, re-elected council members Chris Hawkins and Wendy Cato will be sworn in, a deputy mayor will be elected, meeting dates and times will be set, and nominations for councilors will be elected. standing committees will be made.

The following items are also on the board table:

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