In­ter­sec­tion woes continue in boro

Times Chronicle - - LETTERS -

To the ed­i­tor:

Just when I thought I couldn’t get any more an­noyed at the sit­u­a­tion at my in­ter­sec­tion. Af­ter sev­eral months and dozens of phone calls, the chief of po­lice fi­nally called me back July 30. I missed his call, but promptly called him back within an hour and haven’t heard from him in six busi­ness days. I did how­ever speak with the traf­fic safety of­fi­cer Aug. 3. He called to re­as­sure me that they are mon­i­tor­ing the in­ter­sec­tion as best as they can with their re­sources. He even in­vited me in to see the ci­ta­tions they have is­sued for DUIs and drug pos­ses­sion on top of mov­ing vi­o­la­tions.

Great, now not only am I wor­ried about the vol­ume of cut-through traf­fic that doesn’t stop at the stops signs and races up and down Wal­nut Street, but add to that

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