Drivers will soon have to put on the brakes at one Shawnee County intersection.
County Commissioners Monday approved stop signs for the intersection of Southwest 37th and Indian Hills Road, at the northeast and southwest corners.
County public works crews say they will have to check utilities before they start digging. Once the inspection is complete, work will start on putting the stop signs up.
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