Mayor votes against four-way stop after council splits
ELMHURST – The City Council did not pass an ordinance that would replace a two-way yield at an intersection with a four-way stop Tuesday night.
After a lengthy debate over the Chandler Avenue and Adelia Street intersection left the council split 8 to 6 two weeks ago in favor of the Public Affairs and Safety Committee's report supporting the four-way stop, Seventh Ward Alderman Mark Mulliner changed his vote when the ordinance was presented this week.
The four-way stop was not warranted under the federal guidelines provided in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices, and city staff also found no need for it.
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