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DAVEY "DOC" Wiser delivers signed petitions against the roundabout to Placerville City Hall as roundabout opponent Kirk Smith grabs them out of the saddlebags on May 15. Democrat photos by Krysten Kellum


Roundabout petition delivered in style

By From page A1 | May 19, 2014

Davy “Doc” Wiser rode up, Pony Express style, to the entrance of Placerville City Hall on Thursday, May 15, to deliver a saddlebag of signatures for a petition for an initiative for the November ballot. The initiative, if approved, amends the city of Placerville General Plan to prohibit the city from constructing or utilizing any “roundabout,” “traffic circle” or other similar traffic features anywhere within the city limits without being first approved by popular vote.

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