When taking my grandson to school a few weeks ago, a truck ran through a stop sign in our neighborhood.

If I had not been aware that it was a dangerous intersection (one person has already been killed there), the truck would have broadsided my car and hit my grandson.

I called the Gardiner Police Department with my concern and within a few days, there was a new, larger stop sign and a warning sign much more visible than the old, small sign that was previously there.

This grandmother is grateful for the prompt attention of the Gardiner Police Department and Public Works.

Kim Tessari

Gardiner


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