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In Memory of Asa Mayle

148 Signatures Goal: 250

On Jan.4,2007 my 6 yr old son Asa was hit and killed by a school bus as he crossed Scottwood Rd. at Coburg Rd, right in front of an Elementary school. By law traffic must reduce their speed there from 25 mph to 20 mph. The traffic on Scottwood Rd. going east and west does not have to stop. Many people exceed the limit even during the restricted hours. If there was a 4-way stop there then people who speed down the street would have to stop and look. Breaking their speed right at the edge of the school zone. Having a stop sign there at that intersection would have saved my son\'s life. It would make that intersection safer for the children walking to that school. Even though my son was killed there, traffic hasn\'t slowed down. Careless people are still speeding. Please help me to save our children from needless accidents. This won\'t bring Asa back but it may save another mother from the heartache I have been going through.

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Thank you for taking the time out to sign this petition it means so much to me and my family. We are honored to have your support. To learn more about Asa Mayle please visit the website made in his honor: www.asa-mayle.virtualmemorials.com

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    Debra Mundine Australia
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    Jennifer Hieatt United States
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    Norma Foote United States
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    Tissie (Angel Avra's Mom) United States
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    Charlene DeCoste United States
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    Alicia Stansell United States
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    Kimberly Kubisch United States
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    MaeChell Watson United States
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