(BEDFORD) - Bedford Firefighter Jeff Key has concerns with the rumble strips at the intersection of Bartlettsville and Wallner Quarry roads.
Key said there has to be a better solution to alert motorists to the dangers of the intersection besides rumble strips.
Commissioner Dave Flinn said the commissioners are looking at addressing the issue.
Flinn said road crews were not used to making rumble strips and on the first pass the strips were not cut deep enough, however, when a second pass was made, the strips became too deep.
Another concern is motorists are driving around the strips and that could cause an accident. The commissioners plan to have the strips fixed or possibly looking into an alternative to the strips.
In other business:
* Lawrence County Highway Superintendent David Holmes reported snow plows and sand and salt trucks are ready for the counties first snow. Crews continue to cut brush and have replaced some road signs.
* Sheriff Sam Craig reported 144 inmates at the jail. Of those, 18 were Department of Correction inmates and 21 were females.
* County Director of Emergency Management Valerie Luchauer reported her department is keeping an eye on the flooding situation. She has received no calls for assistance from homeowners.
* The White River Humane Society yearly contract was signed. The society will receive $35,000 to house stray and homeless animals in Lawrence County. The amount is the same as last year.
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