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By Karla Pomeroy
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Decrease speed limit to 25 in Worland?

Resident makes proposal to city council to reduce speed in residential areas

 

June 22, 2017



WORLAND — Should Worland’s residential side streets be posted at 25 mph rather than 30 mph as they are currently? Concerned resident Randy Harry believes they should be.

Harry spoke to the Worland City Council Tuesday night, asking that they consider making the change. He said he spoke to Mayor Jim Gill and Council member Keith Gentzler last week about the fact that he would like to see the speed limit reduced to 25 mph.

Harry provided a packet of information including the state statutes regarding speed regulations, and stopping distances between 30 mph and 25 mph (less time with 25 mp...



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