Friday, April 1, 2011
This has been a hot topic on the ResiStat Blog with posters complaining that these signs needed to be removed. They were initially installed to better control traffic during the reconstruction of Somerville Ave., a state-run project. However, once the project was completed, the City was not able to remove the signs because they remained under the jurisdiction of the state. We’re happy to report that just this week, the Department of Public Works removed three signs on Wednesday, March 30 (at the intersections of Beacon St. and Somerville Ave., Somerville Ave. at Park St., and on School St. at Somerville Ave.). We’ll keep you updated on the future of the fourth sign.
Posted by ResiStat at 1:59 PM