Stop sign removal causes driver confusion

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FORT MYERS, Fla. –  A city spokesman told WINK news the city spent $5,000 to study traffic along Veronica S. Shoemaker Boulevard.

City leaders were trying initially to determine if a traffic light should be installed where Veronica S. Shoemaker Boulevard intersects Canal Street.

What the city discovered instead, is that the intersection, by state requirements, warrants neither a traffic light nor a four-way stop sign. So the city removed the stop sign.

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