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May 22, 2013

Sound Off published May 23


Tonawanda News —


The person in Saturday's paper, there's nothing wrong with having done away with that stop light at Tremont. And no, I don't think there's going to be any accidents there. It's part of getting the traffic through North Tonawanda. There's been too many lights in North Tonawanda and it hems up traffic. This is one way of relieving the traffic. So far, I haven't seen any accidents there.


I just came through the intersection of Payne and Tremont that has been replaced with stop signs in only two directions. I think people should keep the number for "Hurt in a car, call William Mattar" because that intersection is an accident going to happen. Who in their right mind came up with the idea? When you get to Christiana, it's a four-way stop. Either you put traffic signals in Payne and Tremont, put it back, or put a four-way stop. Plus, there's parking on Payne Avenue so your sight is impaired in both directions.

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