Geneva Residents Push for Speed Bumps

A group of Geneva residents have submitted a petition to the city council in hopes to install speed bumps on East Bryant Street.

Several residents say at night and on weekends the road becomes an unofficial speedway.

The council directed police to lower the speed limit from 25-to-15 miles-per-hour and authorities are expected to increase traffic patrols in the area.

If the lower speed limit fails to correct the problem, council members would consider placing speed bumps on East Bryant Street.

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  • by Sarah Location: Samson on Jun 19, 2008 at 09:20 AM
    The City of Samson puts up stop signs to slow down speeders because the police department won't get out there and actualy do their job...WORK! Apparently, the City of Geneva needs speed bumps to slow down their speeders. Here's an idea...require the police officers to do what the tax payers are paying them to requires a ticket book and a pen! Speed bumps and stop signs will not solve the problem...hard working officers will. Well, that and a judge who will actually make people PAY THEIR FINES!
  • by Myers Location: geneva county on Jun 19, 2008 at 08:39 AM
    Geneva's Police Department is too lazy to even run radr in an area, they might as well get with the Sheriff's Dept if they want anything done
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