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The City of Turlock is implementing some speed limit changes around Turlock. On Golden State Boulevard, between Fulkerth Road and Canal Drive, speed limits have been changed to 40 miles per hour; previously speed limits in the area were 35 and 45 miles per hour.
Signs posted in the parking lot on Colorado Avenue, across the street from Turlock High School, make those in the parking lot consent to searches. The signs posted say that by entering the area, vehicles are subject to search by school officials or law enforcement for reasonable suspicion.
Adjacent to Canal Drive, near the Golden State Boulevard intersection, is a small one way path that is mainly used as parking in front of Souza Propane. The path also gives access to the Taco Bus and other food trucks in the same area, off Stanislaus Street.
With the historic elm trees removed on the corner of Canal Drive and Colorado Avenue, the lawn in front of the Turlock Unified School District offices remain bare. The trees will eventually be replaced by either Northern Red Oak and the October Glory Red Maple trees, so keep the historic Turlock look.
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The traffic signals at the intersection of Fosberg Road and Christoffersen Parkway are up, but not yet operational. Work at the intersection continues, as curbs and gutters are being worked on as well. Signs in the area say work is expected to continued into April.
Some in the parking lot of Chevron in Monte Vista Crossings may have noticed a small hazard. Cones and floor mats were blocking a small portion of the parking lot, leaving cars to drive around.
A small portion of sidewalk in front of the Big Bear Wash was torn out and replaced this week. The sidewalk was closed to pedestrians for several days, but now that the cement has dried, it has reopened.