Western Grove to Stay One-Way....For Now

Parents at one local school can now count on the same one-way pick-up routine for the rest of the school year. 

For now, Potter County commissioners have decided against making any additional changes to a one-way street bordering Rolling Hills elementary. 

School principal Doug Rawlins tells NewsChannel 10 the commission agreed with him to monitor the street's traffic and come up with a decision at the end of the year.

County officials converted Western Grove street from a two-lane to a one-way street at the beginning of this semester for a safer traffic flow, but some neighbors are upset with the change and have asked commissioners to change it back.

School's Traffic Problems Still Being Debated
It was meant to cut down on traffic and keep students safe. That's why County Commissioners voted to make one local street a one-way. While some are pleased with the change, others are not so happy. NewsChannel 10's Felicia Lafuente explains why: The street circling Rolling Hills...
Last Modified 02/02/2007 10:04:56 PM

Residents Upset Over One-Way Street
A new traffic detour near a local elementary school is concerning some residents. Back in December, after pressure from parents and school officials, commissioners made a street near the school into a one-way. Now, some of those living next to the new one-way street aren't happy with the...
Last Modified 01/22/2007 07:17:59 PM