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GOFFSTOWN – The public alternatives meeting to discuss improvements to two intersections along Main Street at High Street, and at Elm and Pleasant streets has been changed.
The meeting will take place Wednesday at Goffstown High School. Residents can view the alternatives at 6 p.m., with the presentation and comments beginning at 7 p.m.
The steering committee will address their concerns and seek residents' input. The committee has held several meetings to discuss the possibility of traffic lights, a roundabout and other traffic-calming techniques for the intersections.