Resident says stop sign gets ignored

By MARK ROGERS,

A dog hit by a car that ran a stop sign prompted a Foxworth man to approach county supervisors about improving safety at a spot he says is dangerous.

Kenneth Hebert addressed the Marion County Board of Supervisors Monday about the intersection of Shiloh Firetower Road and Old Mississippi 24.

 
 
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