A new crosswalk was added to Flossmoor's downtown traffic island last week. (Photos by Tom Houlihan/ H-F Chronicle) Work has started on traffic improvements designed to make downtown Flossmoor safer for pedestrians and motorists. Concrete work was completed last week at the Sterling Avenue traffic island, Flossmoor Public Works Director John Brunke said Monday. Pedestrian ramps that comply with the Americans for Disability Act were also installed across the street from the island. A new crosswalk at the south end of the traffic island was installed and two . . .
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