Danville also asks input on Denvale stop sign

Danville also asks input on Denvale stop sign

DANVILLE — The city also wants input from residents on a smaller streets project, whether to put a stop sign at the intersection of Denvale Drive and Country Club Drive.

Public Works Director Doug Ahrens said neighbors in the area of the Denvale subdivision had suggested to the city that a stop be placed at that uncontrolled intersection, and the Danville police department also recommended a stop sign. Ahrens said public works wanted community input and contacted neighbors in the subdivision asking for their comments on the proposal.

Ahrens said the majority favored a stop sign at that location, but the public works committee of the city council decided that the Ward 7 aldermen, who represent citizens in the Denvale area, should have a public meeting to get more input on the issue.

So, Ward 7 aldermen Bill Black and Steve Foster are holding a meeting at 6 p.m. today at the Danville Boat Club, 15659 Boat Club Road, to get more input from residents in the area. The city has notified residents in the Denvale subdivision about tonight's meeting.


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