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  • Courtesy of City of Mount Vernon Next year, after the project to improve the intersection at Coshocton Avenue, Vernedale Drive and the entrance to the Kroger Plaza is complete, Mount Vernon administration will work with the property owner and the local businesses on improvements to storm water management in the parking lot and on the traffic patterns. This is one of the concept maps prepared by the Engineering Department, showing one way traffic could be directed into more logical lanes and make the lot safer.
    Courtesy of City of Mount Vernon Next year, after the project to improve the intersection at Coshocton Avenue, Vernedale Drive and the entrance to the Kroger Plaza is complete, Mount Vernon administration will work with the property owner and the local businesses on improvements to storm water management in the parking lot and on the traffic patterns. This is one of the concept maps prepared by the Engineering Department, showing one way traffic could be directed into more logical lanes and make the lot safer.

    Next step: Parking lot traffic

    Work should get underway soon on the improvements to the traffic flow at the intersection of Coshocton Avenue, Vernedale Drive and the entrance to the Kroger Plaza.

    Chuck Martin

    Updated 10:32 am

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