The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety members and street department officials are going to contact homeowners in the 500 block of N. Plum Street to communicate possible traffic changes at the intersection with Jefferson Street.
In past discussions, parking along that road has led to complaints of safety and the lack of room for two-way traffic. Members of Plymouth EMS, Fire and Police Departments have reported congestion issues when utilizing that road to respond to emergency calls.
Street Department Superintendent Jim Marquardt suggested painting lines to regulate traffic flow and the availability of parking spots at that intersection. Shortening the curb to expand the road was also offered as a possible solution.
The Plymouth Board of Public Works and Safety members plan to discuss the matter at their next meeting on Monday, Jan 22.