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August 03, 2000|Tami Min, (949) 574-4204

Residents in the Sterling Niguel Homeowners Assn. picketed City Hall this week after what they say is a decade of inattention from city officials.

For years, homeowners there have been asking the city to install stop signs and no-parking zones at the intersection of Carma Court and Hidden Hills Road, resident Tamara Lindner said. The intersection, she said, is a blind one and poorly lit. Cars parked by tenants of a nearby apartment complex add to the problem.

Last week, residents asked the city's traffic commission for a third time to recommend the City Council improve the intersection. Commissioners granted residents some, but not all, of their requests.

If the council approves the traffic commission's recommendations during its next meeting Aug. 15, residents will get another street lamp, an extension of the no-parking zone on Hidden Hills Road and more policing.

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