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Council Approves Sign to Slow Traffic at Crescent Point Pool

Council Approves Sign to Slow Traffic at Crescent Point Pool Government GULL LAKE Health & Wellness  Town Council Mayor's Report Crescent Point Pool Community

Mayor  Campbell received a letter from  Douglas Hsu from Calgary, Alberta.  Douglas is 7 years old and has grandparents in Gull Lake.  When he visits his grandparents he likes to spend time at the Swimming Pool.  The last time he was at the Pool he noticed some vehicles driving down Conrad Avenue too fast .  He was concerned for the safety of children crossing the street and believed a sign telling drivers to slow down would be a good idea.

Mayor Campbell took Douglas concern to the last Council Meeting and Council shared his concern.  A motion was made to have a sign placed along Conrad Avenue to have drivers slow down when driving  past the pool.

The Town Council thanks Douglas for bringing this very important concern to the Council.

Mayor Campbell

Council Approves Sign to Slow Traffic at Crescent Point Pool Government GULL LAKE Health & Wellness  Town Council Mayor's Report Crescent Point Pool Community

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