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Decide What Billings Will Look Like in Twenty Years

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Are you tired of driving through a dangerous intersection over a hill? Have you noticed there's increased traffic in area, but not the right signs to improve it?  Regardless how you answered, Billings wants your input.

With the help of Kittelson and Associates, Billings has designed a web site where you can click on an area in the city, then leave a comment concerning that intersection.

Andrew Daleiden, Associate Engineer with Kittelson and Associates, says the community needs to get involved so long range plans can be prioritized.

If you want to voice your opinion, click here for the map.

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