Walk/don’t walk sign stopped in its tracks


PINE PLAINS — The proposed walk/don’t walk sign for the intersection of routes 82 and 199 the state Department of Transportation (DOT) said was moving forward in May looks like it’s come to a halt, according to town Supervisor Gregg Pulver.

“We’ve got a deal working out with the DOT regarding the pedestrian indicating sign,” Pulver said, after the issue was raised at the Thursday, May 19, Town Board meeting. “They’re not going to put it in.”

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