“We are afraid to ask the City (DoT) for help!”

Neighbors petitioned for a “STOP” sign at 105 Street southbound right before 85 Avenue. Department of Transportation (DoT) workers came and installed two “NO STANDING Anytime” signs instead taking out 4 parking spots.

When asked by the residents during construction, they were told that DoT decided not to install a “STOP” sign.

If DoT decided to do something different then was requested by residents, should not those residents who made the request be consulted? Also, “NO STANDING Anytime” signs do not make sense. There is no obstruction, turning difficulties, blind spots, etc.

Vote Danniel Maio by November 7, 2023