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Jon Halsey agrees with BJ Fudge on Downtown Safety concerns

"Time is of the Essence." And to quote Poor Richard: "Well Done is better than Well Said."

By Jon Halsey

Although BJ and I may agree to disagree on some issues we are yoked in tandem on this Downtown/Square traffic - safety issue. The Burkesville two lane entrance to the square has to be a particular nightmare for Canadian tour buses and others "from off."

In an earlier post BJ suggested City movers and shakers work with Departmentt of Transportation to get something done before the plethora of accidents around the square get more serious.

Given the usual lack of alacrity demonstrated by K-DoT I'd think the Uniform Commercial Code admonition surely applies for those who are responsible for interfacing with that agency: "Time is of the Essence." And to quote Poor Richard: "Well Done is better than Well Said." - Jon Halsey Knifley

Comments re article 56885 When writer asks When will traffic be calmed Downtown

This story was posted on 2013-01-11 10:18:28
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