Elmhurst City Council split over stop signs
ELMHURST – Even as the City Council approved a resident request for two yield signs where Barclay Court and South Cedar Avenue meet Madison Street in the north and south directions with a 12 to 2 vote, another request for stop signs split the council more closely.
"I think that most of the time, you have to listen to the residents in order to make a clear decision," said Seventh Ward Alderman Patrick Wagner, who also serves as chairman of the Public Affairs and Safety Committee.
Wagner said he was for installing a four-way stop sign at the intersection.
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