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By Howard Altman

Times Staff Writer

TAMPA - An estimated 50,000 vehicles travel every day through the intersection of Bruce B. Downs Boulevard and Richard Silver Way, the main entrance to the James A. Haley VA Medical Center.

That should be enough to require a traffic signal there, say two people pushing for it - Bob Sawallesh, a retired Army medical intelligence officer from Valrico, and Mary Ellen Harlan, a retired nurse with more than 30,000 hours of volunteer time at Haley.

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