Increased Street & Traffic Lights in Palm Coast, FL
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As I woke up this morning, I heard the news of a former classmate's passing, 16 year old Michelle Taylor. Several other students from my high school also passed away in car accidents this year: graduate Tyler Allen, Kelvin Smith Jr., and Margaret Wickel along with her mother. Additionally, an accident on 05 Feb 2017 left five dead and three injured. 2017 has been a tragic year for the City of Palm Coast, in which a multitude of residents have died in fatal car accidents. Many streets in Palm Coast lack lights and/or sidewalks, posing a great safety hazard.The City of Palm Coast and State of Florida have a duty to launch an investigation into the matter and increase the funding for sidewalks, street lights and traffic lights to prevent further accidents. Please put our hard-earned taxpayer dollars to better use!
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