Even with one homeowner holding out against the signs, "everyone agrees that everyone goes too fast on Monte Rosa," Ms. Carlton noted. She said she thought the brief, three-week delay of the council's vote "succeeded in making people feel heard."
The city began considering the installation after a resident raised concerns about low visibility at the intersection, which children navigate on their way to La Entrada Middle School.
While Eastridge Avenue has stop signs, Monte Rosa doesn't at that location, making it confusing for drivers as well, according to the resident. The Transportation Commission and the city's transportation staff had recommended the installation.
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