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Chillicothe to Add Warning Signs In Aftermath of Drowning Death

How they're making a boat ramp safer
CHILLICOTHE - After the tragic drowning of a 22-year-old in Chillicothe, the city is taking steps to prevent others from making the same mistake.

Chillicothe's Public Works Committee came up with a proposal to warn people about the boat ramp at the end of Walnut Street. At a price tag of almost $340, the city can install four warning signs. On top of that the committee recommends additional stop signs and reflective paint stripes. The stop sign nearest to the boat ramp would have a flashing light.

Chillicothe's mayor said he expects council will be quick to approve the measures on Monday.
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