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Re: Petition to increase the safety of the crosswalk on Santa Cruz Ave at Lemon

From: domainremoved <Yee>
Date: Wed, 9 Mar 2016 11:56:09 -0800

Dear Ray,

Thanks for your time and interest. I appreciate your talking with me.

Best,

Yee-Yie

On Wed, Mar 9, 2016 at 7:37 AM, Mueller, Raymond <RDMueller_at_(domainremoved)
wrote:

> ?Dear Ms. Fogarty,
>
>
> Thank you for your letter highlighting this issue for our Council and
> Transportation Department. It was a pleasure to speak with you over the
> weekend, and I appreciate all of the community outreach you have performed
> on this issue.
>
>
> I support this matter being placed on the City Council agenda.
>
>
> With best regards,
>
> Ray Mueller
>
> ________________________________
> From: Yee Yie Fogarty <ylieskovsky_at_(domainremoved)
> Sent: Wednesday, March 9, 2016 7:05 AM
> To: _CCIN; Nagaya, Nicole H
> Subject: Petition to increase the safety of the crosswalk on Santa Cruz
> Ave at Lemon
>
> Dear members of the City Council and Nikki Nagaya:
>
> We are writing to request that you prioritize the use of funds to improve
> the safety conditions of the crosswalk on Santa Cruz Ave at Lemon. We
> understand that it is one of the intersections being considered for
> installation of either the in-pavement lighted crosswalk system or a Rapid
> Rectangular Flashing Beacon (RRFB) system. We understand that each system
> costs approximately $15,000 to install.
>
> We are concerned about this highly used crosswalk and the ability for
> residents to cross the street without danger from the many cars moving very
> quickly (some of them speeding) on Santa Cruz Ave. Many of these drivers do
> not comply with the current crosswalk sign, which is partially hidden by
> tree branches. There are many residents using this crosswalk, such as
> retirees, parents with small children, and unattended children going to
> Hillview or Oak Knoll. This is a complex site with vehicles coming from 4
> directions that are all frantically trying to make left turns or go
> straight. Furthermore, this crosswalk is designated as one of the
> suggested bike routes for Hillview School.
>
> The undersigned residents from Menlo Park (addresses available upon
> request) request that you prioritize this improvement and allocate the
> funds needed to increase the safety of this crosswalk. Menlo Park families
> will be very grateful.
>
> Best regards,
>
> 1. Yee-Yie and Patrick Fogarty
>
> 2. Suzanne Gallie
>
> 3. Shane and Kristin Stent
>
> 4. Kristin Cashin
>
> 5. Amy Thornborrow
>
> 6. Monica Tompkins
>
> 7. Cissi Hansen
>
> 8. Ahsi Lieskovsky Peyton
>
> 9. Nan Crawford
>
> 10. Yuri Minn
>
> 11. Yvonne Fulchiron Schmidt
>
> 12. Bjorn Carey
>
> 13. Karen Wang
>
> 14. Ashley Honerkamp
>
> 15. Jo Bell Whitlach
>
> 16. Lan Haarmann
>
> 17. Kimberly Gehant
>
> 18. Marcelo Rio
>
> 19. Tamara Russel
>
> 20. Wayne Wackerman
>
> 21. Lindsey Hutchinson
>
> 22. Mayura Garg
>
> 23. Jill Layman
>
> 24. Jennifer Pollack
>
> 25. Hallie Colorado
>
> 26. Mike and Maureen Demoss
>
> 27. Carrie Jenkins
>
> 28. Yukon Lam
>
> 29. Joshua Toub
>
> 30. Bill Kirsch
>
> 31. Michelle Sasson
>
> 32. Kelli and Michael Agnich
>
> 33. Katharine Sherwin
>
> 34. Sue Kayton
>
> 35. Thomas Weiser
>
> 36. Amy Beim
>
> 37. Steve Cadigan
>
> 38. Mary Jo McCarthy
>
> 39. Susan Barker
>
> 40. Kristine Lyng
>
> 41. Rhonda Bucklin
>
> 42. Raydean Randlett
>
> 43. David and Dolores Glendon
>
> 44. Karinne Collinsworth
>
> 45. Horace and Betsy Nash
>
> 46. Shelly Parsons
>
> 47. David and Dolores Glendon
>
> 48. Amy and Grady Burnett
>
> 49. Jennifer and Paul Roberts
>
> 50. Frances and John Maletis
>
> 51. Rhoda Grumet
>
> 52. Roberta and Joseph W. Carcione, Jr.
>
> 53. Jill Morgan
>
> 54. John Brown
>
> 55. Lorie Campi
>
>
>
>
>
Received on Wed Mar 09 2016 - 12:01:08 PST

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