(Clarinda) — Clarinda city officials have elected to keep the lane configuration on Glenn Miller Avenue status quo, instead of changing to a three-lane pattern. Meeting in regular session Wednesday, the Clarinda City Council voted unanimously to keep the traffic pattern on Glenn Miller Avenue the same. Last month, the council heard a presentation from Snyder & Associates Project Engineer Dave Sturm. Sturm told the council that the street is being resurfaced this summer and that changing the configuration would make sense at the same time as the resurfacing. The council delayed a decision at its last meeting, following concerns raised by Pastor Mitch Grossoehme of the First Baptist Church, which would lose its handicapped parking under the proposed changes. Mayor Craig Hill says several members of the church reached out to express concerns with the three-lane configuration.