Dead end street flap lives on


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Ingalls - Residents near South Huston Street at Lick Creek Estates in Ingalls likely will have to wait until early next year to see some sort of resolution to a recently installed street safety barrier.

This fall, town Councilman Tim Millikan purchased property in the area and had it surveyed, which indicated Millikan owned part of the dead end street. He asked the town and its employees to put up a sign and barrier at his property line, eliminating access to a portion of the roadway.

Last week, the Ingalls Town Council answered questions during its regular meeting from a concerned citizen.

 

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