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Council keeps talking about Broadway and Harrison

Accidents at Broadway and Harrison may not be curtailed by a traffic signal, engineering studies suggest. That intersection will continue under study, with the council having voted to install signals.

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There will be another public comment session held in March to discuss final design plans for the Broadway and Harrison intersection, and discussion of the current comment process became heated when the Great Bend City Council met Monday night.
City Engineer Robert Winiecke suggested that the consensus of opinion at the last comment session, held on Jan. 10 and involving about 20 local residents, involved moving ahead with the removal of the “island” on the east side of the intersection so a left-turn lane can be installed. Also, there are two trees at the intersection that interrupt the sight line ...

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