CLINTON COUNTY, Ind. (WLFI)—Drivers in Clinton County are celebrating the success of their petition to have two additional stop signs put at an intersection.
After nearly 200 signatures, county officials have installed two new stop signs at the intersection of County Road 950 West and 400 North. That's near Mulberry.
We previously reported that people living in Clinton County were concerned.
They said the intersection was dangerous.
That's when 22-year-old Brooke Michal put together the petition to change it from a two-way stop into a four-way stop.
She said she's glad the county listened and hopes it sends a message to the community.
"I hope it helps people realize those city officials are there to help not hurt," said Michal. "And if a 22-year-old can do it I'm sure you can too. As long as you keep to it and try to show them that you're being serious."
Michal said drivers already feel safer driving in that area.
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