Traffic light could pave way for student parking at South Campus
CHANNAHON — Stops and starts aren’t usually desirable on thoroughfares, but many residents in Channahon will be happy to hear a traffic signal will soon be in place on U.S. 6, in front of Minooka Community High School — South Campus.
Homeowners who live in sections of Hunter’s Crossing adjacent to the high school have had problems with sometimes-rowdy students parking on the streets in front of their houses, leaving trash behind, speeding, and even yelling obscenities at them. The school’s policy, in effect since its opening, was to not allow students to park in the school lot.
Former Superintendent Dr. David Middleton had explained that it would be too dangerous for brand new drivers to enter and exit onto the busy U.S. 6.
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