Thank you, Port Orchard Public Works

After writing two letters to the Port Orchard Public Works Department and a letter to the editor requesting additional speed limit signs on St. Andrews Drive within McCormick Woods, I would like to just say “thank you”!

Signs were erected on Monday morning, Sept. 11. We are hoping we’ll see drivers respectful of the posted speed and safer stretches to walk, run and ride.

Again, Port Orchard Public Works, thank you!

Ann Welsh

Port Orchard

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