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STOP Sign Policy Headed for City Council June 13th

I spoke with Assistant City Manager Scott Pickup today to get an update on Rye’s STOP sign policy. While the four way STOP sign was installed at Bradford and Florence on April 3rd, the policy, designed to create a STOP sign request process for all Rye citizens, is still in draft form.

Pickup reported the Traffic & Transportation Committee did not have comments at its meeting this past Thursday. He is in the process of rolling comments from Bradford Park,  Councilman Andy Ball and Mayor Steve Otis into the draft. The city expects to circulate the draft prior to the June 13 City Council meeting so it can be put to a vote on the 13th. MyRye.com will post the revised policy as soon as we receive it. The current draft STOP sign policy was penned by Police Commissioner William Connors.

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