Stop signs were approved Wednesday by the Evans Town Board at the intersection of Brandywine Drive and Warring Circle and Glidden Circle and Darlington Drive to curtail speeding cars in the Derby South subdivision.
Subdivision residents had requested the stop signs to protect young children at play and pedestrians in the area.
The board referred a request for reducing the speed limit on Route 5 west of the Ames plaza to Delamater Road to the state Department of Transportation.
A request to reduce the 55-mph speed limit on Sturgeon Point Road from Route 20 to Lakeshore Road to 35 mph was referred to the county Department of Transportation.
The board allocated $45,597 in 1990-91 community development block grant funds with $24,134.65 earmarked per the final payment on a 1988 loan to complete the Fern Brook Drainage Project, $3,500 for 1990 town dues for the South Towns Planning and Development Group and $17,962 for starting a long-range program to improve road conditions in the Lake Erie Beach community development target area. The board tabled action on an amendment to the junk car law pending further review.