$wan Mountain Road doesn’t need policing | SummitDaily.com

$wan Mountain Road doesn’t need policing

Recently, the “S” in Swan Mountain Road would read more appropriately like a dollar sign. The county should be collecting a good bounty for speeders as they shoot radar sometimes four out of five days a week. Often they are set up in two different locations. While I appreciate the speeder prevention efforts, after better than a month of trying out the new Radar Guns, I wonder if they could move to other roads where speed is more of a problem. Their favorite spot is, of course, the only place on Swan Mountain Road where you could ever get more than 5 mph over the limit anyway – the campgrounds. Keep up the good work, but move it to some places that need the policing.

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