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Comments re article 44437 Posted Downtown Speed Limits vary by point of entry
Donna Saunders writes:
The point is moot since the majority of people exceed all of those speed limits anyway. I think the police would have an easy time with tickets! - Donna SaundersYou're right. But we hope that tickets and fines are never the point or aim of the local police. Our hope is that no one is ever fined. We'd rather see design changes, education, and 'time out/coffee break' stops by police to make the streets safe. We want folks to always see local police as guardian friends, Columbia as a welcoming place. That's another thing Columbia has going for it. -EW
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