Sedalia motorists will need to be aware of and get used to a new four-way stop at 32nd and Clarendon.

The Sedalia City Council agreed with a recommendation from the Citizen's Traffic Advisory Committee and approved the installation of four-way stop signs at the southwestern Sedalia intersection Monday night during its regular meeting.

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The CTAC recommended the change to due to increased traffic counts, speeding and traffic crashes near the intersection, which was previously a two-way stop, after meeting with area residents.

The vote by the Council was unanimously yes, with all Council members present.

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