The traffic back-ups often reach the entrance to the luxury apartment community Waterford at Sugarcreek, which is one of several new housing developments that’s bringing in new residents.
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The cost to add the turn signal was not immediately available. Geyer said it should only cost the county a few thousand dollars, and the funding is already set aside to pay for the project, 80 percent of which is being paid for by the project manager ODOT.
“We are currently preparing timing plans and signal-head plans, which should be done in the next day or so,” Geyer said last week. “I would (think) this could take place in the next month or two, depending on availability of new equipment.”
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