Little Boy Hit By Transfer Station Traffic

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Re: Little Boy Hit By Transfer Station Traffic

Postby RBarnes » Wed Feb 03, 2010 4:04 pm

andysinnh wrote:And to be frank, it's not the commercial trucks that are the issue, but the smaller vehicles that think that they can stop on a dime and defy the laws of physics.

In all honesty it isn't commercial trucks on Lawrence Rd either. None of the haulers use it so with the exception of the town truck a few times a week taking trash from the site there's only small cars.

And with the exception of Saturdays and Thursday nights in the summer there is no real traffic. I went home during lunch and the road was dead. Not a single car went by while I was home. In the weekdays I've taken my trash to the site there is usually one 1 or 2 cars at the site tops. Yet we're cutting back hours on the library that is used around the clock yet keeping the station open 5 days a week, 4 of which it's hardly used... go figure.

One fact I'd like to know is of the 18 accidents the Telegraph reported happening in the half mile stretch near the turns by my house how many were on Saturdays alone?
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Re: Little Boy Hit By Transfer Station Traffic

Postby Concerned » Wed Feb 03, 2010 4:18 pm

The library is used around the clock ?? Give me a break.
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