By Judith Green
December 19, 2007
HOWEVER, right at the bend in the road, right when a driver needs to see clearly, there is no light on the road. If there is no traffic coming from town, you can manage to adjust your sight to the darkness without angst. If however there is traffic, the headlights coming are somewhat blinding as you get into that bend. There are no markers on that particular stretch of road; even the side strips and middle lines are not visible. Then if there is snow on the road, well ... you know the rest of the story.
We have accidents numerous
at this bend in the road. How many more do we need before the
simple solution of street lamps will be addressed and put up?
About: "Local resident who travels from South Tongass to beyond Ward Creek area Mon through Fri every week."
Received December 17, 2007 - Published December 19, 2007
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