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Durango Police Department motorcycle patrol officers Ron Wysocki, left, and Rob Haukeness monitor East Second Avenue and Eighth Street on Monday for cars and cyclists running the newly installed stop signs at the intersection. A traffic study led to the signs’ installation, said Patrick Dressen, an engineer technician with the city. The two patrol officers said they have issued about 100 warnings during their watch since the signs went up March 5. Enlarge photo

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Durango Police Department motorcycle patrol officers Ron Wysocki, left, and Rob Haukeness monitor East Second Avenue and Eighth Street on Monday for cars and cyclists running the newly installed stop signs at the intersection. A traffic study led to the signs’ installation, said Patrick Dressen, an engineer technician with the city. The two patrol officers said they have issued about 100 warnings during their watch since the signs went up March 5.