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Homewood could seek grant to help implement traffic diet plan on 183rd Street

Homewood staff hopes to receive grant money to make permanent lane restructuring on 183rd Street that was tested above using barrels to force traffic into two lanes rather than four. (Chronicle file photo)

Homewood trustees will vote Tuesday, Sept. 13, on whether to authorize staff to complete a grant application that would offset costs involved in restructuring traffic lanes on 183rd Street from Dixie Highway east to Morgan Street.

By Eric Crump

Homewood trustees will vote Tuesday, Sept. 13, on whether to authorize staff to complete a grant application that would offset costs involved in . . .

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