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Says speed limits not being enforced

Donna Saunders writes:
I just hope that while we are design changing, educating, and taking timeouts no one gets hurt in the process. Speed limits are there for a reason and so are laws and while everyone loves a "welcoming" small town, the police are there to maintain the safety and integrity of its citizens and that is not being done. -Donna Saunders
Comments above re article 44458 Says majority exceed posted speeds anyway

This story was posted on 2011-05-22 05:38:06
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