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Letter: Stop signs on Martin, Sloan Mill roads seem to do little but slow traffic
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I’d like to know who you have to know, or who to contact, to get stop signs coming out of subdivisions on Poplar Springs Road. I can’t understand the reasoning behind the signs on Martin and Sloan Mill. There’s probably been more accidents on Poplar Springs over the years than any other road in the South Hall area. 

Having to go through five stop signs from Atlanta highway to Poplar Springs road is ridiculous. I travel these roads a lot, and 99 percent of the time there are no vehicles coming out of these subdivisions. All the people of Hall County pay the taxes that built and maintains these roads. Why does the state or the county cater to a few?

Hopefully someone in the county or state government can answer this for me. I know I can’t be the only one who feels this way. 

Tim Thrasher


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