County Officials Want Drivers To Slow Down In Residential Neighborhoods

JAMESBURG — Officials met on April 18 at Gatzmer Avenue in Jamesburg for Slow Down in Our Town, a countywide speed reduction campaign that partners residents and local law enforcement in an effort to remind drivers to slow down in residential neighborhoods through the use of lawn signs. The program addresses problems with speeding and unsafe vehicle operation, especially in school areas and residential neighborhoods with children.

From left to right: Middlesex County Freeholder H. James Polos, chair of the county’s Public Safety and Health Commission, Jamesburg Mayor Marlene Lowande, Jamesburg Councilman Thomas Busco, Jamesburg Board of Education Representative Rob Czarneski, Crossing Guard Cathy Brancaccio, Jamesburg Chief of Police Martin Horvath and David Gregor, Coordinator of the County’s Comprehensive Traffic Safety Program. (Photo courtesy of Middlesex County)

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