By golly, I sure am glad that we have government agencies that protect us from ourselves.
If it wasn’t for a local police officer stopping me for not wearing my seat belt God only knows what could have happened at the high rate of speed I was going.
I must have been cruising at least 15 m.p.h. as I left the stop sign and pulled from Weston Road onto Main Street. The way he launched out of the driveway between Curves and the bank was quite impressive. I thought for sure that there should have been at least one black van with S.W.A.T. printed on the side to help stop my vehicle. Never mind that he was parked on the opposite side of the parking lot entrance facing into traffic that would be turning into the parking lot, that’s O.K.
It’s also apparently O.K. to ride bicycles on the sidewalk in the downtown business district (despite signs saying “Walk Your Bike”) at a higher rate of speed than I was driving. Also, the traffic signal for crossing the street is strictly a suggestion for the above mentioned bicycles.
I was told by the officer that he was told to enforce the seat belt law. Well, he has and we’re all safer for it.
Now, if they could just get a law enacted to control bowel movements we could all breath a sigh of relief.– Russell Davis Weston Road