will have one more moment in the spotlight.
The Watsonville City Council will hold a public comment period at its meeting Tuesday evening to give residents a chance to air their complaints about the Freedom Boulevard/Lincoln Street intersection.
The road construction project, which was completed earlier this year, . The changes include a more pronounced turn as motorist turn left from Freedom onto Lincoln and the addition of crosswalks, which put pedestrians in the midst of two busy streets.
In , 75 percent of respondents said the new intersection made them feel like they'd break their necks trying to navigate it.
Last month, the city council heard from public works and police staff about the project, but the agenda item came up so late into the meeting, no residents had stayed around to hear the discussion and weigh in. That public comment period will happen Tuesday evening.
Also, the city council will go over next year's budget, including some increases in fees and rates for water, sewer, solid waste and housing services. Check out the full agenda here.
The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. with the positive stuff. Mayoral proclamations will be presented to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Santa Cruz County and the , and will receive certificates of recognition.
The Watsonville City Council meets in the City Council Chambers, the fourth floor of the Civic Plaza at 275 Main St.