The following is an ‘Ask The Mayor’ question submitted to TLS, and the Mayor’s response. Email your questions for the Mayor to [email protected]
Dear Mr. Mayor,
Thank you for all you do on behalf of our township.
It is no secret that Williams st. is a great alternative to RT 9 traffic between James and Prospect.
What seems to be a secret is the speed limit.
It’s a 25 mph residential street, but there is poor signage to indicate that. It has become a nightmare to cross the street, especially for children.
Some of my neighbors and I are wondering, would it be possible to place radar speed signs, AKA driver feedback signs to indicate the current speed so cars will slow down?
Maybe add speed bumps?
I know we are all in a rush, but let’s not wait for a tragedy to fix the problem.
Response from Mayor Coles:
I will ask Traffic and safety to place the Radar board over there and ask them suggestions about locations for additional signage.
Thanks for reaching out.
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