|Sees problems on Wall St.|
Letter to the Editor:
You’ve probably noticed, as you enter Eagle River from the east on Wall Street. and your tires hit the recessed manhole covers, a “thump, thump.”When the road was being paved, the paving contractor should have installed paving rings to bring the manhole covers to the desired one-quarter-inch to one-half-inch of the paved road surface. In fact, Eagle River could still fix the problem. Just call a paving contractor.
While we’re on the subject of Wall Street, let’s talk about the intersection of Wall Street and Silver Lake Road. When was the last time a traffic count was taken on this intersection? I’m sure the count would indicate that Wall Street should not have stop signs.
Removing the signs would allow a better traffic flow on Eagle River’s main street.
|Tuesday, April 09, 2013 2:02 PM|