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SEMCU sponsors stop signs, promote safety


Wendy Alexander/The Madera Tribune

The South East Madera County United (SEMCU), a non profit that serves Madera County show off the new flashing stop signs they helped sponsor and install on Avenue 15 and Road 36 in the Madera Ranchos. From left are Igal Treibatch, Jeff McGrath, Verlaine Elinburg, Al Soils and Madera County Supervisor Jordan Wamhoff.

 

The South East Madera County United (SEMCU), a non profit that serves Madera County showed off the new flashing stop signs they helped sponsor and install on Avenue 15 and Road 36 in the Madera Ranchos.


The signs were donated to Madera County on behalf of the SEMCU. Madera County Supervisor Jordan Wamhoff was instrumental in getting the SEMCU sponsorship.


Wamhoff pointed out that because there is so much traffic in the area, the stop signs are much needed. Over the last five years, 11 collisions have been at this intersection with several major injuries and a fatality.

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