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January 11, 2013 11:37 AM

SLO County gets $180,000 grant for traffic safety improvements

San Luis Obispo County has received a six-figure grant to improve traffic safety locally, and intends to use the money to make things safer for older pedestrians, children who are strapped into car seats, bicycle riders, and those in danger from drunken drivers.

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