Lebanon city council mulls one-way for Dulac Street
Council members also want to know if two alternatives proposed Wednesday are viable. The first alternative would keep the street open to two-way traffic but would not be standard road width. The second alternative would create a cul-de-sac at the end of Dulac Street so that it would not be open to through traffic.
During the design phase for the Dulac Street project city engineers discovered that to adequately plan for future storm events dramatic improvements to the drainage system would be required.
According to City Engineer Christina Hall, if the street remains two-way, homeowners front lawns would taken by up to eight feet to accommodate the needed drainage.
“It kind of boiled down to most of the Dulac Street residents were in favor of the one-way, people outside the area they expressed concerns about the one-way impacting their use of their properties or transportation,” Lewis said.
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