TRAFFIC: Attend open house

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As public concern mounts over growing traffic problems in Coeur díAlene, itís nice to see the city of Coeur díAlene and ignitecda hosting a Traffic Open House (today, 5-7 p.m. at the North Idaho College Student Union Building). Although the current traffic study is limited to impacts from the proposed large-scale development of the two old millsites on the Spokane River, itís a good step toward dealing with the very real problem of our growing traffic issues.

Recent letters to the Coeur díAlene Press and even Steve Cameronís column have rightly expressed concern. I hope there will be a good public turnout for this community forum on traffic.

ROGER SMITH

Coeur díAlene

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