Stop Speeders in Fairlawn Heights

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Stop Speeders in Fairlawn Heights- Enforcement Demands
 
Residents of Fairlawn Heights are alarmed by the number of speeding vehicles in our neighborhood.
Even though this residential community has a posted speed limit of 25 mph, it is rarely observed.
 
Speeding vehicles are a danger to walkers, dog walkers, runners, bikers, children and families who are put at risk by speeding cars and trucks with equipment, who not only speed through the neighborhood but use residential streets to cut through to West Market Street and I-77.
 
Several streets including Ridgewood, Halifax, Schocalog, Covington, Wolcott, Revere and Hampshire, have heavy traffic traveling at unsafe speeds. Many streets do not have a more than one posted speed limit sign. Fairlawn Heights is a community without sidewalks and with little street lights.
 
Resident of Fairlawn Heights are demanding:
 
1.   Police presence to ticket speeders
2.   Increased signage to calm traffic and remind drivers of the speed limit
3.   Photo ticketing to reduce speeding and create awareness that residents are being vigilant and are monitoring traffic
4.   Re-timing or re-thinking of traffic lights and their signals entering and exiting the neighborhood to reduce cut through traffic.
 
To ensure we gather resident-only signatures: after signing please be sure to “comment” in the area that asks “I’m signing because” option comment area with the name of your street. This will help to verify signatures if needed.



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