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Monday, July 26, 2004

This story had a funny line in it:

Traffic-calming initiatives in Rocky Hill have caught the attention of motorists — and nearby residents.
On Monday, the Borough Council decided to ask the county if it would be possible to fill in the four brick-like grids, or red street prints, installed around the borough a few years ago as part of a traffic-calming, pedestrian-friendly initiative, in order to reduce the noise affecting nearby neighbors.
The issue was first raised to the county about a year ago when Somerset County engineer Michael J. Amorosa attended a council meeting to give an explanation of an unrelated project. Some residents who live near the grids complained about the noise made when cars drive over and asked that they be removed.
"They get complaints mainly from people who live right near the intersections because you get a discernable" noise, said Mr. Amorosa. "I reminded them (at the time that) you guys asked for us to do this."


Next the residents will complain about delays in emergency services...

posted by Ontario  # 12:38

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