... I agree with this. The speed humps don t deter the SUVs - and many cars. Also, if you re one of the houses near the humps you have to listen to bump allMessage 1 of 2 , Jun 10, 2005View Source
> I would rather see 4 way stops.at one or more ofI agree with this. The speed humps don't deter the SUVs - and many
> the intersections.Less wear and tear on our cars and
> more effective.
> George Plato
cars. Also, if you're one of the houses near the humps you have to
listen to "bump" all day/night long. And... I don't know if this is
true... but someone told me they reduce your property value.
It seems like stop signs could achieve the safety we need without the
> From: <LVNA90004@yahoogroups.com><larchmontvillageneighborhood@...>
> To: <LVNA90004@yahoogroups.com>
> Date: 6/10/2005 5:30:43 AM
> Subject: [LVNA90004] Digest Number 62
> There is 1 message in this issue.
> Topics in this digest:
> 1. RE: Digest Number 61
> From: gia0084@...
> Message: 1
> Date: Thu, 09 Jun 2005 19:30:53 -0400
> From: gia0084@...
> Subject: RE: Digest Number 61
> LVNA90004@yahoogroups.com wrote:
>> There is 1 message in this issue.
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>> 1. Plymouth Traffic Meeting on June 9th
>> From: "larchmontvillageneighborhood"
... Josh, First, I d like to thank you for trying to make our neighborhood safer. I know it must take a great deal of effort on your part and we re lucky toMessage 1 of 2 , Jun 20, 2005View Source
> I'm not sure where you get your information, but THE
> CITY PAYS FOR SPEED HUMPS. If Plymouth was a private
> street - that would be a different story. Lights, tar,
> street paint, street cleaners...all part of LA CITY
> Public works.
First, I'd like to thank you for trying to make our neighborhood safer.
I know it must take a great deal of effort on your part and we're lucky
to have such interested citizens as part of our local community.
I'm also confused on this issue. If I understand this correctly,
there's federal regulations that prohibit us from having (less
expensive) stop signs which necessitate having (more costly) speed
humps to solve the problem - all of which are paid for by the city
Ok, I understand it's government and they do things in mysterious ways
:-) but can you explain this a bit for us?
I'm also concerned that if we get speed humps on Rosewood or Plymouth,
the speeding problem will just shift to neighboring streets. Do you
know anything about that?
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