Dear Decaturish – City wide speed limits need to be reducedPhoto by Dan Whisenhunt
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With schools out for the year and summer activities for kids being canceled, one fact is clearly emerging: the new playground and people hangout is the street.
It is wonderful to see the crayon art, groups congregating, and bicycles, but also scary. It is not just little children but all ages. This past week walking our dogs right before bedtime there were several times we passed groups of teenagers sitting a circle in the street visiting with proper spatial distancing. They kept their eyes and ears open for approaching cars which are fewer at this point.
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