Neighbors say county removed anti-speeding equipment they paid for (GA)

A South Fulton County community says the county removed traffic poles they installed to cut down on traffic.  People in the Madison Place townhome community off Old National Highway said they paid for their own anti-speeding equipment after persistent issues.  “You have cars coming in, speeding. Children are playing,” homeowner Saadiq Mohammad said.  Residents say they were tired of waiting on a solution from the county, so they used HOA fees to pay for four speed bumps and three 6-inch traffic poles in June.    Read the article…………….

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