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Horsham council seeks crossing input

Horsham Rural City Council is seeking input on a proposed move for a school crossing in Natimuk Road.
The council has two options on the table and it wants community input.
Technical services director John Martin said an issue remains about whether the location of the crossing should be moved.
“This proposal relates to concerns about the proximity of the crossing to the Hillary St / Kalimna Ave intersection, and the high level of turning traffic interacting with Natimuk Rd traffic near the crossing,” he said.
Two options are proposed.
– Option 1 – Move the crossing further west – away from “town”
– Option 2 – Move the crossing further east – towards “town”
“The council is seeking comments which help to explain the reasons why you believe one location is better than another. Your response to this may be short or long.”

Comments may be submitted to Council until March 16 at, marked to the attention of the Director Technical Services. Or you may send your comments by mail to Council at PO Box 511 Horsham 3402, or drop them in at Council’s Civic Centre in Roberts Ave.

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Posted on Mar 9 2018

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