Mar 15, 2010 9:25 PM by Courtney Meznarich
A San Luis Obispo shopping center takes a second try at getting a signal light installed at tomorrow night's city council meeting.
The Laguna Village shopping center says it's made improvements to the original plan presented last December. The new plan is a three phase process, which includes adding a left hand turn lane and a partial signal. If those steps don't work, a traffic signal would be a last ditch effort to help ease traffic congestion.
"The city would like to monitor and see how those improvements work for one year," says shopping center manager Randy Poltl. "Then at the end of the year, so long as we meet certain criteria, then the Molina's would be allowed to put the traffic light in."
The center's owner, the Molina family, says it will pay for the project, but they need council approval first.
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