Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Enforcement needed on student pedestrians
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 29 Sep 2006, p. 6

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Dear editor, Re: School's back in. It's not hard to see that school is back in, as it seems that lunch time or spare classes bring students back outside so they are able to go to their favourite eating place. It appears that even though enforcement is out to remind drivers that school is back in, maybe some enforcement should be done to remind students that crossing four lanes of traffic (Guelph Street and Mountainview Road), standing and waiting in the turn lanes for vehicles to stop or slow down enough for them to clear the roadway safely, as they walked by proper pedestrian walkways (traffic lights) could be hazardous to their heath and well-being. As I have witnessed this since school started , I was under the impression that jay walking was illegal. Dave Crewe-Read, Georgetown

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Enforcement needed on student pedestrians