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Fwd: Crosswalk on Middlefield at Linfield Ave

From: domainremoved <Tricia>
Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2017 19:05:54 -0700

Dear City Council,

I am pleased that the Fire District passed funding a double HAWK traffic
signal in front of the fire station on Middlefield. As you can see from my
note to the Transportation Department seven years ago, this intersection
has been a concern for many years.

I look forward to the Fire District and City swiftly implementing the new
HAWK traffic signal.

Thank you for all you in support of our community.

Best regards,
Tricia Barr

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: tricia_at_(domainremoved)
Date: Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 9:20 PM
Subject: Crosswalk on Middlefield at Linfield Ave
To: rmcraig_at_(domainremoved)


Dear Randolph:

I will be leaving the country early on Tuesday morning and might not be
able to attend the Bicycle Committee Meeting on Monday night, but feel this
is a very important topic.

It's critical to put a safer crosswalk where Middlefield meets Linfield
Ave. I cross there en route to my son's preschool. I am constantly
concerned as I'm crossing with my young children that the cars aren't going
to stop for pedestrian traffic. I literally need to wave my arms at cars
when we enter the crosswalk because some wouldn't slow down or stop
otherwise.

I have dreams of someday allowing my boys the freedom they should have to
safely ride bikes to Burgess Pool or the Menlo Park Library on their own.
However, I cannot imagine allowing that independence with the current
crosswalk situation.

I'm glad to see there's a bike lane on Linfield Ave, so let's go the rest
of the way and make sure bikes can safely cross Middlefield to make it
there!

Best regards,
Tricia Barr
Received on Wed Jun 21 2017 - 19:09:36 PDT

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