New sign in DeBorgia important for drivers’ safety

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A newly installed sign helps directs traffic in DeBorgia. (Photo by Michelle Lower)

Residents in DeBorgia were thankful to get a traffic sign reinstalled for the intersection of Thompson-DeBorgia and DeBorgia-Haugan Frontage Roads. Michelle Lower who lives in the area, said Jack Robertson who is the head of maintenance for the Lookout rest areas provided information for Russell Carneline with the Department of Transportation. Carneline then took the steps necessary to get the signs installed.

“This sign is important to driver and pedestrian safety in our town, and is of great safety importance to this area, especially for people who will be recreating in-and-around town and may be unfamiliar with the intersection. Great job, Russell and Jack,” said Lower.

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