Sydney intersection dangerous to cross
Local residents who frequent daily the Centre scolaire Etoile de l’Acadie School have been complaining for several years to the CBRM about the total insecurity of the Inglis and Prince streets intersection in Sydney.
Some enquiries were done to no positive results yet. Our children and many adults, including the customers of the legion, are still afraid to cross at that very place and it gets worse in winter.
Are the municipal authorities waiting for a serious accident to happen before finding a positive and not expensive solution? The parents should be able to have some peace of mind instead of worrying. Promises are not enough. Immediate positive acts should be accomplished as the whole nearby plaza is being developed with new stores. Gisèle Blanc Lavoie Sydney River