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By Jeff Pack
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Temecula City Council delays proposed stop sign installations

 

Last updated 5/3/2019 at 2:40am

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Meadowview resident Tim Kramer voices his opposition to the city council regarding a proposed stop sign that would stop traffic in front of his house in the residential community.

Though the so-called "socialism/communism" resolution proposed by Mayor Mike Naggar and Councilmember Matt Rahn dominated the Tuesday, April 23 meeting of the Temecula City Council, that wasn't all the group dealt with during the more than four-hour meeting.

The aforementioned resolution was described on the agenda as "A resolution of the city council of the city of Temecula reaffirming the principles outlined in the Constitution of the United States of America."

But after more than two hours of discussion from members of the community and councilmembers, the council decided not to pursue...



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