Stop sign meeting set
To the editor:
In response to public comment and the Baldwin City Council's request, the issue of the stop signs at Eighth and Dearborn streets will be the major agenda item for the next meeting of the Public Safety and Health Committee. The meeting has been rescheduled to 4 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 10, at the Public Works office, in order to allow time for public input and accommodate members' schedules.
On behalf of the committee, I invite you to share your thoughts on the current sign placement and offer any alternatives that might, in your opinion, do a better job of balancing pedestrian safety with driving convenience. I can be reached by mail, telephone, or e-mail as noted below. If you would prefer, you may also contact any of the other council members, or write or e-mail City Hall at P.O. Box 86 or firstname.lastname@example.org, and they will forward your information to the committee.
The Safety Committee meetings comply with the Kansas Open Meetings Act, so anyone wishing to voice their opinions in person or observe the discussion is welcome to attend. Because seating is limited, it would be helpful if you could let me know if you plan to attend, so we can adjust to a larger meeting place if needed.
The Safety Committee looks forward to hearing from you. Please don't miss this opportunity to let your voice be heard. Thank you.
Nancy Brown, Chair
Public Safety and Health Committee
P.O. Box 975, Baldwin City KS 66006
Phone: (785) 594-7592