The design phase of Waupaca’s Main Street reconstruction is at 30 percent complete, with plans for it to be at 60 percent next April, and 90 percent by February of 2020. That timeline was presented by Project Consultant Manager Dan Penzkover at last night’s public meeting at the Waupaca Library. The meeting was held to update residents and business owners on the project, which is slated to run from April through November of 2021. Another public meeting will be held in April, with that being the cut-off for public input. Part of last night’s discussion focused on the issue of whether to put signal lights or 4-way stops at the two major downtown intersections… Main and Fulton, and Main and Badger. Public Works Director Justin Berrens says the 4-way stops this summer generated 364 public comments, 60 percent of which were negative. About 29 percent were in favor of the 4-way stops, and 11 percent were neutral. A study the previous fall showed reaction to the 4-way stops about evenly split. Berrens says no final decision on the traffic control has yet been made. A 4-way stop, though, is planned for the north end of Main Street. The project will be funded at 80 percent state and federal dollars, and 20 percent local.