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CST that the maneuver was a success.Somewhat to its chairmans surprise, the Decatur Planning Commission on Wednesday declined to take action on a proposal to control traffic development on Alabama 20 near Interstate 65.Steve Baggs said before the commissions work meeting he hoped the group would create a plan that the public could discuss at a hearing later this month.Then, the commission would act on it.The consensus seemed to be to wait until we have some idea of what the City Council wants.That, were not privy to, Baggs said.Obviously its something theyre working on.
City Council members said they are letting Valuations QLD Mayor Lynn Fowler handle it.The council last year removed from its agenda with little public discussion a resolution that the Planning Commission drafted and the Chamber of Commerce endorsed.The plan would ask the state Department of Transportation to enforce a policy of limited curb cuts on the highway, which would mean a limited number of interchanges serving properties through service roads paralleling the highway.
State highway officials recently confirmed planners concerns that without a consensus from the City Council, the state has to grant property owners almost unlimited entrances onto the highway, which most officials expect to lead to increased congestion and accidents.Fowler and council members alluded Wednesday to negotiations involving property along the busy four-lane state highway as the reason for the delay.But they declined to offer any specific reason the council cant endorse a plan that they agree the highway needs for economic and safety reasons.
There are just a lot of factors involved with development of that property that were considering now, said Fowler, who is leading highway development efforts.Certainly some landowners have some concerns about denying access to their property.Were trying to manage through this so we accomplish what is in the best interest of the landowners and in the best interest of safety