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I park my car..... and walk home - Woodland Ave

From: domainremoved <Virginia>
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2017 13:59:36 -0800

Not sure of a solution....
But almost every night I need to park my car along Woodland, and walk home.
Of course I need to walk back in late evening to retrieve my car. It is
great exercise, but limits my grocery shopping. Or anything else I need to
 I typically park a half mile from my house, I live on Oak Court. I cannot
carry more than two bags of groceries. I cannot even by any frozen product,
because it's defrosted by the time I get home. No ice cream... sadness for
my kids....
 I have to time everything I do in regards to traffic. I bet there is one
resident out of every hundred cars. I have yet to recognize a car while
driving home on Woodland.
I have also now been passed by aggravated motorists using our street as a
freeway, because 25 miles an hour is apparently too slow. Woodland is not a
wide street, and not really made for traffic like Middlefield or Willow
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Again, I do not know a solution, only that traffic is getting worse, and
walking home every night to Oak Court, is becoming a pain.
- Virginia Richards
Resident since 1991- Oak Court

Maman de Georges
Received on Tue Nov 28 2017 - 14:03:59 PST

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