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HERITAGE LAKE ROAD AND HERITAGE CLUB CROSSING

74 Signatures Goal: 100

Something must be done to stop the reckless speeding that is happening daily on Heritage Lake Road. Vehicles heading to and from the construction areas to the east are regularly observed going in excess of 70 mph. This is particularly dangerous at the crossing of Heritage Club Ave where children and families routinely cross to access the pool, tennis courts and playground which are located next to the Heritage Sales Office. If these violations are allowed to continue unchecked an accident is inevitable. We formally request that traffic lights and pedestrian crossings be installed in all directions at the intersection of Heritage Lake Road and Heritage Club Ave as soon as possible. Summer is coming and the pedestrian traffic (as well as the risk of an accident) is only going to increase. Please take action to save lives before it's too late! Sincerely, Residents of Heritage Wake Forest

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    Dan Ortiz United States
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    Barbara Ortiz United States
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    Dan Ortiz United States
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    Patrricia Nalley United States
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    Clark Hellmann United States
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    Clark Hellmann United States
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    Cristina Fullen United States
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    Monique Thibodeau United States
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    Lori Klein United States
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    Betsy Phillips United States
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    Suzanne Thomas United States
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    Leta Massey United States
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    roxann Stam United States
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    Scott & Angela Mills United States
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    Kimberly Steinroeder United States
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