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Letter: Keeping traffic off the square

Richard Raines writes:
I think that whatever solution is come up with for big trucks (and for that matter all through traffic) away from the square, we are going to have multiple SHORT signs on each route coming into town (including the Parkway in both directions). If signs are put up that have a lot of information on each sign, drivers are going to miss some of it.

I like to read church signs as I pass, and also other signs showing information that is new to me, and it usually takes me several trips past a bunch of them to get the entire message, and I see 20/20 out of my right eye uncorrected, so no I'm not as blind as a bat, left eye better than 20/40.
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