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Switching on the signal

North Bend Mayor Ken Hearing flips a switch activating new traffic lights at the intersection of Park Street and Bendigo Boulevard. The $430,000 signal was three years in the making, said Tom Mohr, assistant city engineer. The state picked up $406,000 of the tab, and the rest of the project was funded by the city. The signal will be synchronized with the light at Bendigo Boulevard and North Bend Way.  - Denise Miller / Snoqualmie Valley Record
North Bend Mayor Ken Hearing flips a switch activating new traffic lights at the intersection of Park Street and Bendigo Boulevard. The $430,000 signal was three years in the making, said Tom Mohr, assistant city engineer. The state picked up $406,000 of the tab, and the rest of the project was funded by the city. The signal will be synchronized with the light at Bendigo Boulevard and North Bend Way.
— image credit: Denise Miller / Snoqualmie Valley Record

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