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Caution urged as Vernon crews wash traffic signals

Jmes Rice, Vernon
Jmes Rice, Vernon's public works manager, is urging motorists to keep an eye out for crews doing maintenance on traffic signals.
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Vernon motorists are advised to use care in intersections as traffic signals are cleaned.

Starting today (Thursday), signal washing and maintenance will occur over the next six weeks.

“We ask that the traveling public be patient, slow down and use care when approaching an intersection where City of Vernon crews are working,” said James Rice, public works manager.

 

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