Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) – Roads may change in the future for Rochester, where there was a lot of traffic jams, including the recent killing of a Spring Valley woman.
The Rochester Public Works Department is seeking a permit At the 48th St SW and Commercial Dr SW intersection, “Review the security and operation of the communication and respond to any recommendations for future improvements.” »
In a note to the City Council, the department recalled Urban growth, high speeds and recent crashes are threatening the intersection of southwest Rochester.
The council is scheduled to implement the resolution on Monday.
On July 27, a two-vehicle crash at the intersection claimed the life of 63-year-old Stacey York. She was in a car when she was hit by a car and died on the spot. A 19-year-old girl in York was seriously injured while driving. The 31-year-old Rochester woman was driving another car. Two children – ages 5 and 10 – were in the car. Their injuries were not life-threatening.
According to the story of the deceased, “Stacey York has worked with children and families for over 40 years. For the past 14 years she has taught child development and family studies at Rochester Community and Technical College. Prior to that, she had a similar position in the Minneapolis Community and Technical College. She actively incorporates diversity training and multicultural perspectives throughout the course. “
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Because pets are reserved for states, some organizations, including the US Society, are advocating for a federal ban on cats, bears, animals, and large venomous snakes as pets.
Read to see which pets are banned in your home state and across the country.