To the Editor: Pearl Street resident asks motorists to be on lookout for deer
Written by Jane Freeworth   
Monday, 29 April 2013 09:23
To the Editor:
On April 8 a deer was hit on Pearl Street. Now you say it’s just an animal, I have observed the deer herds for two years, they are smart, curious and non-aggressive animals, contrary to what hunters say.
Now I know accidents happen but when I see people going down Pearl, speeding, texting, and talking on their cell phone, you are not taking responsibility for your driving. Last week I saw a blue van passing two cars on double yellow lines.
Last fall I called the police department to see if they could set radar up, on Pearl. We’d not seen a police car most of the winter, then I called the city administrator to get deer signs put on Pearl. He said no, but assured me they would set radar up. I even gave permission to sit in our driveway. That was two months ago. I have seen one cruiser in that time.
So drivers, take responsibility for your driving, the deer do cross Pearl a lot, especially in the early morning hours. We are taking so much of their land away, there is nowhere else for them to go.
Jane Freeworth
Bowling Green
Last Updated on Monday, 29 April 2013 09:43
 

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