Intersection lights should be fixed by Thursday

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It could still be a couple of days before the traffic lights at the intersection of 100 St. and 101 Ave. in Fort St. John will be functioning properly again.

Workers are waiting for a supplier part to arrive to fix the lights at that intersection, says Don Demers, director of Public Works and Utilities.

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Demers says the City generally keeps a selection of parts but did not have the specific part required to fix those lights. The part is expected to arrive by Thursday and he says the traffic lights should hopefully be fixed by Thursday evening. However, he adds that if workers are unable to fix the lights on Thursday, they may have to close down the intersection to properly fix the problem.

In the meantime, Demers says people must treat any uncontrolled intersection like a four-way stop.

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