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SOUTH AND NORTH ROAD TO GET AN ALL WAY STOP SIGN TO REDUCE SPEEDING...PEDESTRIAN AND MOTORIST SAFETY
Release Date: October 09, 2015

Speeding on South Road and North Road has always been a concern of residents of Parkway Gardens and Parkway Homes. The Greenburgh Town Board will vote on Wednesday, October 14th to accept the Police department’s recommendation to add an “all way” stop sign at South Road at the intersection of Jackson Place and at North Road at the intersection of Jackson Place.  Earlier this year there was a fatal hit and run accident on South Road. It’s the desire of the Greenburgh Police department and Town Board to make all of our roads safer and to improve the quality of life for residents. Greenburgh Police Chief Chris McNerney and his traffic safety officers deserve our thanks for their follow up on this important safety initiative and for meeting with community members prior to making this recommendation.
 
Pedestrian safety and sidewalks are going to be our priority during the coming year.  Here is a story about the new sidewalk under construction on Benedict Ave.
http://www.fios1news.com/lowerhudsonvalley--sidewalks
 
And this is a link to the CBS story about our new digital speed board –which will move around town. This week we were on Fort Hill Road in Edgemont. Last week: E Hartsdale. Next week: It’s a secret! Be careful when you’re driving around town.
http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2015/10/08/greenburgh-speeding-ticket-signs/
PAUL FEINER

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