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Stamey said Longmont is working with Boulder County, Colorado Department of Transportation and Regional Transportation District to improve the Colo. 119 corridor in general. Earlier this year, the city submitted an application for a Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development grant to provide funding for improvements identified in the Southwest Longmont Traffic Operations study at the intersection of Colo. 119 and Hover Street, Stamey said. The city did not receive the grant this funding cycle, but it read the article plans to reapply in the future. Stamey did note the city received a grant funding improvements at Ken Pratt Boulevard and Sunset Street. According to the crash report, next year staff plan to continue design efforts to create dedicated north and southbound left turn lanes at the intersection and add bike lanes on Sunset Street. Also in 2021, staff plan to add street bike lanes and a center left turn lane on Ninth Street, as well as a dedicated left turn lane at the intersection of Ninth and Francis streets. Traffic passes through the intersection of Francis and Ninth streets, which a city traffic report showed had the highest number of crashes for an intersection with a signal that sees less than 25,000 vehicles in a day. [Construction]

(KLFY) — The candidacy of an embattled New Iberia attorney running for District Court Judge for Division ‘H’ in the 16th Judicial District is under the microscope for her alleged involvement in an elaborate automobile insurance scam. Louisiana Attorney Disciplinary Board documents accuse Alicia Butler of being involved in a staged vehicle accident ring in 2010. Louisiana State Police and the State Farm Special Investigations Unit stated they believed Butler purposefully created traffic accidents to obtain personal injury clients. Authorities say Butler colluded with a man who would purposefully collide his vehicle with commercial vehicles and that Butler would then sue over the crashes she knew were staged to make a profit. Butler says the allegations are not true. “I had no involvement at all,” Butler told News 10. “I was investigated. I was never criminally charged in any of that.” She says her brother, who worked for her law firm, was the person who colluded in the insurance scam. “I was implicated because my brother used my vehicle to stage the accidents,” she said.