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Statement by Rhoda Hassmann

The city is now aware of how many people cross Aberdeen at Kent. I have seen mothers with small children do this, as well as children on their way to and from school. Meantime, there is more and more traffic on Aberdeen at Kent, as drivers come down from and access the mountain. Someone will be killed soon. When that happens, I hope the victim's survivors will have the sense to sue the city.
We've already seen a death of this kind. Some years ago a woman from Flatt Avenue was killed at Kent and Herkimer. Only after her death was a stop-sign installed. Is he city's policy to wait for a death before putting in lights or stop signs that local residents can see are necessary?

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