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Time to act to make streets, crosswalks safer is now
By Billy Joe Fudge
I certainly live in a glass house and will not be throwing any stones and I'm sure none of us are self-righteous when it come to breaking traffic laws.
Also, I don't want to be mono-visioned and single-minded like many gun control enthusiasts who are so focused upon a tree that they cannot see the forest.
That being said, "we the people" must respectively petition our magistrates, our city councilors, our county judge and mayor to review and update our speed limits in the city and around our county.
This is a most important "public safety" issue. The "public" is all of us. We all get up in arms about what teacher to hire at school and hundreds of concerned citizens turned out to debate the decision, as we should.
This is a most important "public safety" issue. The "public" is all of us. We all get up in arms about school shootings and turn out in droves to light candles, pray in support of families, communities and to debate changes needed, as we should.
This is a most important "public safety" issue. The "public" is all of us. Each of us should look in the mirror and ask the person at whom we are looking:
Comments re article 57117 Writer Hard to enforce laws they break themselves
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