Close this search box.

Wednesday, June 19, 2024


Status of Stop Sign Sought

UT Logo

By Camille Sailer

PETERSBURG – Upper Township Committee member John Coggins asked Engineer Paul Dietrich Nov. 12 about the status of a stop sign to address the “dangerous intersection” at Church and Stagecoach roads.
“Way back in mid-spring, our committee approved a four-way stop sign for this very dangerous intersection,” said Coggins. “The county, whose go-ahead we also needed, since these are county roads, approved it as well around that time. Since that time, there have been numerous accidents, and we really need to get this stop sign installed.”
“The last I checked, the stop sign, which will be a blinking-light, four-way stop sign, was per county personnel in a work orders backlog, explained Dietrich. “I’m aware of at least two accidents in just the last two months, so I’ll touch base with the right staff to get this moving.”
Deputy Mayor Edward Barr said he was not happy about the delay, and would contact Freeholder Will Morey to get the sign installed as soon as possible.

Spout Off

Wildwood – Signs everywhere saying no dogs, no bicycles, no smoking, no loud music, no idling… Get rid of the sign blight if you're not going to enforce simple ordinances.

Read More

Wildwood – With all of the recent hoopla concerning President Biden's mental capabilities, why doesn't the White House release the special council interview tapes to prove to the anti Biden people…

Read More

Sea Isle City – Non-Residents, voice your opinions at the Council meetings. You are taxpayers. You have that privilege! What are your concerns, thoughts or will you make a change! Insist on Night and Day meetings so…

Read More

Most Read

Print Edition

Recommended Articles

Skip to content