Perham considers 'Quiet Zones' at railroad crossings
City officials are considering making Perham a "Quiet Zone." The designation would mean far less train noise, as crews would no longer be required to sound the horn at railroad crossings.
At a meeting last week, City Manager Kelcey Klemm brought a proposal to city councilors that includes several crossings through town. Klemm recommended hiring SRF Consulting Firm of Fargo to study what it would take to create a Quiet Zone in Perham.
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