The traffic light at 7th and Kansas could be no more in the coming weeks, depending on a decision Monday afternoon by Atchison City Commissioners.
They will meet at 4:30 at city hall on a proposal to turn the intersection into a four way stop.
City Manager Trey Cocking says that was the intersection decided upon by city staff based on months of public feedback.
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The public works department says if they get the authorization, they will have four-way flashing red lights for one to two weeks as a transition to replacement with a four way stop.
Cocking says they plan to examine the other intersections over time.
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In other business, Commissioners will consider adoption of amendments to the turbine ordinance. They will also consider a cost share on the downspout disconnection on the 4th street project.
Commissioners will also look to approve the purchase of seven overhead doors at the fire department.
They will also look to approve the submitting of an application for a KLINK grant for micro-resurfacing of K-7 running from Main Street to the North city limits.