Stop! in the name of the law - drivers ignoring sign in office park 'cut-through'

Stop! in the name of the law - drivers ignoring sign in office park 'cut-through'

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INCOLN - When an employee in the Blackstone Valley Place office park complained over the weekend about speeding Lincoln High School students using the park as a cut-through - and ignoring a stop sign - school and police officials took notice.

Three police officers in three vehicles were watching the intersection of Commerce Street and Blackstone Valley Place Monday, including Chief Brian Sullivan himself.

Commerce is a side street off Old River Road, opposite the LHS parking lot. Blackstone Valley Place is an easy connection to Route 116. Students driving cars pour out the high school every day around 2 p.m.

The Valley Breeze, meanwhile, sent a photographer with a video camera to record exactly what's going on.

(See it at www.valleybreeze.com/section/Videos .)


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