So after all public meetings, hearings, lawsuits, site plans and who knows what else in preparation of the new high school and only nine months away from its opening someone associated with the new high school project finally figured out that there was going to be a problem with cars full of teenage drivers — not to mention school buses full of students — making left turns from Flagstaff onto County 50.
Michael Baumgartner, Farmington
, December 11, 2008
A three-quarter intersection at the corner of County Road 50 and Flagstaff Avenue may be the cheapest alternative, but it has not received many favorable comments from residents. And Tom Severson of Marschall Bus Lines calls the suggestion “impossible” for busing.
Farmington’s newly elected city and school officials learned quickly Monday that making decisions on the community’s future is easier said than done — especially since at least one decision they will have to make will affect hundreds of teenage drivers and could potentially cost millions of dollars.
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