A growing subdivision in Shelbyville will be getting more stop signs and speed limit postings to control traffic.
The Board of Works approved Wednesday adding stop signs at three intersections just south of Clearwick Park in the Berwick subdivision.
New stop signs will be installed along Berwick Drive at the cross sections with Stonehedge Way, Pebble Point Drive and Breckinridge Way.
In addition, posted speed limits of 20 miles per hour will be installed in the area.
In other board business Wednesday morning:
- Trisha Tackett, director of the Shelbyville Parks and Recreation Department, informed the board of a potential Strawberry 5K in Shelbyville in June. Energy2Action wants to conduct a 5K along the Knauf trail and use the trailhead depot as the start/finish line. There is no firm date for the event yet, according to Tackett.
- The board was asked to look at adding parking spaces in the Five Points Area that is lacking parking for local residents after the opening of the Lucky 7 Café at 418 Miller Avenue. The city owns a parcel of property in the area that is currently vacant and grass covered.?
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