Johnson-Brock Students Inform Commissioners About Lack of Stop, Stop Ahead Warning Signs
The Nemaha County Commissioners agreed to work with Johnson-Brock High School students on the need for stop and stop ahead signs on county roads.
Johnson-Brock seniors Kolt Davis, Connor Epler, Hailey Sandfort and Haylie Torczon addressed the board Wednesday morning, March 4. The issue is the Project Citizen plan of their government class. Accompanying the students was Dan Gossman, their teacher.
The locations discussed are the intersections of 634 Avenue and 731 Road east of Johnson and west of Auburn, and 633 Avenue and 732 Road near Brock.
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