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New school zone signs may slow traffic, delays remain
Feb 25, 2013 8:50 pm
New signs are installed along Hartmann Drive in front of the entrance to Lebanon High School in an effort to ease traffic congestion in the morning as students arrive for classes.
Lebanon's Commissioner of Public Works Jeff Baines said the signs had been in the works for a while.
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sch sign Photo: Mary E. Hinds • Lebanon Democrat
While traffic moves a a rapid clip for most of the day on Hartmann Drive, early mornings, when students are headed to Lebanon High School for the start of the school, is a different story. Officials hope new school zone signs on the street will increase safety by slowing down drivers.