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Continued: At the hub of Stillwater traffic controversy, a family grocery store

  • Article by: KEVIN GILES , Star Tribune
  • Last update: September 7, 2013 - 2:00 PM

County Engineer Wayne Sandberg said the study would supply answers to possible solutions at the intersections, including computer simulations that would show how cars yield and merge around a mini-roundabout.

At issue is whether a string of vehicles entering a small, single-lane roundabout from one direction might block vehicles trying to enter from the other. Drivers would be forced to stop “with that kind of traffic,” Commissioner Ted Bearth said.

More information about Len’s Family Foods is available at www.lensfamilyfoods.com.

Kevin Giles • 651-925-5037

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  • Len Nelson and his family have owned Len’s Family Foods for about 20 years, but the business, the last mom-and-pop grocery in Stillwater, dates to about 1900.

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