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Steamed about stop signs: Neighborhood residents say removal of signage a safety hazard

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BEMIDJI — The public voiced anger over removal of stop signs at a Bemidji intersection during the City Council meeting Monday.

Four residents, including former mayor Richard Lehmann, complained about the lack of signs at Wee Gwaus Drive and Irvingside Lane to replace signs removed when the intersection near U.S. Highway 2 on the south edge of the city was realigned.

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Zach Kayser
Zach Kayser covers local government and city issues for the Pioneer. He previously worked for the Wadena Pioneer Journal, and is an alumni of the University of Minnesota, Morris. 
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