Increase signage along Antonio Pkwy warning of wild animal crossing.
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On Wednesday, November 16th on Antonio Parkway at around 7 a.m I witnessed a coyote get hit by a speeding car. It came out of nowhere and I'm not sure even if she was going the speed limit (she was going about 10 over) she could have avoided it. She did not stop nor slow down. The poor animal was alive for several hours before animal control finally got to it. She later died on the way to a vet hospital that treats wild animals.
We essentially live in wild animal habitat. I believe there are more measures we can take as residents in this area to reduce things like this. So far on my drive to and back from Mission Viejo I've seen deer, coyotes, raccoons, birds of prey, all lying dead (or perhaps even still alive) on our streets. This is a petition to begin those measures. I propose more signage along Antonio Parkway between Cow Camp and Oso Parkway so that drivers are made aware there may be deer, coyotes, raccoons, etc darting across the road. It is a safety concern for not only the animals, but for residents as well.
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