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Linden City recently paid $112.50 for two new crosswalk signs at the intersection of Main and Broad streets, at City Hall. Scott Sutter, interim city manager and police chief, said they’ve gotten complaints about cars not stopping for pedestrians at this crosswalk. “I want to let the public know that you have to stop. The pedestrian has the right-of-way. People need to be reminded of that,” he said.  They will eventually be placed on posts that cost $34.50 each and have arrows, which are $18.00 each.

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