DOT agrees Meredith doesn't have to erect signs it doesn't want

MEREDITH — Windsong Place, the one mile, dead-end road, will not be festooned with traffic signs after all.
When the Board of Selectmen met on Monday a handful of residents voiced misgivings about a plan to erect ten new signs, including four pairs marking sharp curves and lowering speed limits. Following the meeting Town Manager Phil Warren contacted officials of the New Hampshire Department of Transportation, which administers the Rural Signing and Delineation program, who informed him that signs deemed unnecessary or unwanted by the town would not be installed.
Warren told the selectmen that he and Mike Faller, director of public works, reviewed the signage proposed for Windsong Place and agreed to strike all the speed limit signs from the list. He said that the existing chevrons warning of the 45 degree bend midway along the road will be replaced, but no signage will be added to the road. Likewise, Warren noted that other adjustments to the signage plan were made after reviewing other dead-end streets, including Tracy Way.