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A Call For Safety -
RMBS Hosts DOT Pedestrian Roadshow

Residents for a More Beautiful Syosset hosted a Pedestrian Road Show in 2002. The meeting was an attempt to raise awareness about the dangerous places to walk in Syosset. Areas such as the fork on Split Rock Road and Berry Hill Road were used as examples of what areas need to be addressed in this project. But the area by the railroad station is not the only place in Syosset that needs work according to Syosset resident Grace King. “Convent Road has become a speedway,” King said. “There are two schools in that area plus a place where ducks cross. You take your life into your hands when you cross the street.”

Click here to read the full article from the Syosset Jericho Tribune http://www.antonnews.com/syossetjerichotribune/2002/07/05/news/

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