Keep Hunter's Trail Subdivision Safe!
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As residents of Hunters Trail Subdivision located in Anderson County, Clinton, Tennessee, we find deep concern with our safety at the entrance of the subdivision and entering and exiting traffic that is utilizing the center lanes adjacent to the subdivision. On numerous occasions drivers do not use proper driving procedures to turn off of Charles Seviers Blvd to enter the subdivision. This often causes traffic to back up. This also makes it very difficult for residents to exit the subdivision safely as it isn’t clear where that car is intending to go. A very fair amount of this incoming traffic is people entering the highway to visit Arby’s. These drivers frequently use careless driving, such as; not using turn signals to enter Arby’s, not stopping at all while exiting Arby’s parking lot, as well as littering onto Doe Run Blvd, the entrance to Hunter’s Trail. Another issue to address is with the red light at Frank L Diggs Drive, heading east, during school hours the light is often backed up not allowing us to enter/exit the subdivision for some time. We think it would be beneficial to place a sign that says “Do not block the intersection” (Doe Run Blvd) as well as making a left turn and right turn lane on Doe Run exiting the subdivision. Our subdivision consists of 183 homes, with an average of 2.5 persons living in each home, per 2015 Census this means that on average 456 Anderson County citizens reside in Hunters Trail Subdivision. We ask that you make it a priority to keep our friends, family, children and neighbors safe by making these changes.
We are calling upon Anderson County to ask them to please help us preserve and protect our subdivision and it's residents.
We appreciate your time and concern regarding this matter.
On behalf of Hunter’s Trail Subdivision,
Tara L. Wethington
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