Just a couple of comments on the subject of speeding drivers—it was our front lawn that the kids finished up on. I am not trying to get on the bandwagon so to speak, but this is a problem that isn’t just isolated to Hamilton Drive or Matai Street. It is everywhere down here, around town and even in some of the country areas.
Everyone would like judder bars on their area, but who would have priority? Do we saturate the whole town with them?
The Police can’t be everywhere at once. Please everyone—give them more so that if they catch the offenders, they can get rid of their vehicles.
Woody is right—the responsibility lies with the driver, and it isn’t always young people either.
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