An Okotoks intersection that needed a stop sign replacement in July has lost another stop sign.
In July, the three-way stop at the northwest end of Westmount Road was the subject of frustration from some residents and nearby business owners due to a fallen stop sign.
The bent sign pole had sat on the traffic island for several months, according to residents, before the town contacted the property manager to notify them it needed to be replaced.
Now, just over a month after it was replaced, another stop sign from the three-way stop has been knocked over, this time on the northwest side of the street.
According to a nearby business owner, it went down around August 24.
While the town had some trouble identifying which property manager was responsible for the sign back in July due to the intersection's location between commercial plazas, they've confirmed they've contacted the proper party to notify them the sign needs to be replaced.
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