When Murray Barker goes shopping, he ignores the advertisements and looks for cars. Using a wheelchair to move around the city, Baker said many drivers are distracted looking at commercial signs, and don’t watch out for pedestrians.
Providing complimentary donuts and ballots, the St. Albert trail improvement plan committee set up its tables last Saturday to seek the public’s input. They met local business owners and shoppers at St. Albert Place to ask what they thought was necessary to improve the city’s busiest commercial district.
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