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B.C. city lowers speed limit in front of RV park

(Oct. 18, 2013) -- Speed bumps were not approved, but the Armstrong council voted in favor of a lower speed limit along Park Drive, the road Kin RV Park is on, reports the Vernon Morning Star.

ARMSTRONG, B.C. — Speed bumps were not approved, but the Armstrong council voted in favor of a lower speed limit along Park Drive, the road Kin RV Park is on, reports the Vernon Morning Star.

“With the entrance to the municipal pool, skate park, Nor-Val Sports Centre and the Kin RV Park facing onto Park Drive, we have concerns for the safety of not only the children who attend these establishments but for adult patrons as well,” Armstrong Kin Club president Woody Smith wrote in a letter to the city.

After consultation with public works and RV Park director Mel Orr, the city’s public works committee recommended to council that the city post permanent 30-kilometre-per-hour speed limit signs. The Vernon Morning Star says council approved the recommendation unanimously.

For the complete story from the Vernon Morning Star, click here.

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