Halton Hills and North Halton newspapers
Traffic changes will make Glen safer -
Independent & Free Press (Georgetown, ON), 29 Nov 2006, p. 6

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Dear editor, I would like to applaud Ward 2 Councillors Joan Robson and Bryan Lewis' efforts for understanding and helping us who live in the Erin St. and Credit St. area of Glen Williams. It is so true that the motorists are using our streets as a means to avoid Wildwood Rd. and Confederation St. I have seen vehicles speed down Credit St., Beaver St., and Erin St. It upsets and angers me to see the lack of consideration for my neighbourhood where there are children, including my own, using those streets. I fear for the safety for them and others that live here. We do not have sidewalks! What if it was your neighbourhood and your children were outside playing? Not only are there the children, our families, seniors and live here. The peace and quiet of our neighbourhood is disturbed by the noise from the racing vehicles. I can hear the cars racing down the street, going at top speed and coming to a squealing halt at the stop sign (I live on the corner of Beaver and Credit Streets). Thank goodness, my children weren't in the way of someone's race against the clock. I am glad that the engineering department will see what we have been talking/complaining about for years. To the motorists-- by all means, use our streets but please watch your speed and our children before someone gets hurt. I am looking forward to the results of the study and seeing changes that will help keep everyone safe in Glen Williams. Anita Paget, Glen Williams

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Traffic changes will make Glen safer -