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Public invited to weigh in on 25th Street

Residents of 25th Street from Pleasant Valley Road to 46th Avenue and connecting roads are invited to attend a public consultation session in the Arbour Room of the Alliance Church (2601 – 43rd Avenue) on Wednesday, May 14, from 6 to 8 p.m. The focus of this session is to address concerns raised by residents in this area about inappropriate traffic usage of 25th Street.

Proposed changes to intersections along 25th Street were designed by city staff to meet resident requests while achieving the best balance between cost and results. To view a map of the proposed intersections please visit the projects section of www.vernon.ca/vernonmoves or call 250-550-3634.

 

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