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News : Trenton City Officials To Explore Ideas For Harris Avenue
Posted by Randy on 2014/1/22 10:23:42 (366 reads) News by the same author

Trenton City Adminstrator Kerry Sampson has identified several ideas that city officials will explore regarding cleanliness and pedestrian safety in front of the ConAgra foods plant which is on Harris Avenue in Trenton.
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The administrative committee to the city council discussed steps aimed at removing horse waste from remaining on the street in front of the plant; police officers to do more patrolling on Harris particularly at shift change times; locate a sign that displays the speed of a motor vehicle; reduce the speed limit; and / or install a flashing yellow, caution light, at the crosswalk.

There apparently is no desire to have any gates erected and / or that portion of Harris Avenue closed except for emergency vehicles.

City Administrator Sampson:



ConAgra officials spoke to the Trenton City Council January 13th about their concern for public accessibility to the building. Sampson said it’s an issue to be addressed by ConAgra:



Trenton city administrator Kerry Sampson.

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