Nysdot Drops Le Roy ‘road Dieting’ Plan

NYSDOT informed local officials last week that a proposed lane dieting plan proposed that would have made sweeping changes to downtown and residential traffic patterns will not go forward when the state repaves significant portions of the route in the summer. A plan presented during a Le Roy Business Council forum in December had the four-lane street replaced by two wider lanes, a middle turning lane and a bike lane from the railroad overpass in the west to the Le Roy Country Club in the east. http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/01/13/idUSnHUGdsQR+73+ONE20140113 Vocal opposition greeted the plan, with municipal, public safety, business and residential interests all objecting to parts of the proposal during the December forum. We are pursing the project to resurface Route 5, but we will be keeping the lane configuration as is, NYSDOT spokeswoman Lori Maher said. We were glad to hear from them and because of their input were modifying the project. Le Roy Mayor Greg Rogers said Tuesday that only one aspect of the proposal is retained in the revised plan moving stop-lines at the intersection Routes 5 and 19 further away from the intersection to allow tractor trailers and other turning vehicles more space to maneuver.
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In addition, Reliv Internationals total distributor count was 51,920 as of September 30, 2013 for a decrease 11.4% from the same date in 2012. On Friday, Reliv International fell 2.46% to $2.14 (RELV has a 52 week trading range of $1.15 to $3.98 a share) for a market cap of $27 million plus the stock is up74% over the past year and down 54.9% over the past five years. Finally, here is a look at the long term performance of all four weight loss or dieting stocks: As you can see from the above chart, its not just dieting stock Weight Watchers International that has been helping investor portfolios to shed some weight meaning investors might want to look at other sectors for better opportunities. John Udovich is a paid contributor of the SmallCap Network. John Udovich’s personal holdings should be disclosed above.
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