Deputy Warns Parkman Officials Their Roads are Unsafe for Pedestrians, Buggies
May 8, 2019
GEAUGA COUNTY, OH - A Geauga County Sheriff’s Office deputy told Parkman Township officials Tuesday that he has observed speeders and impaired drivers making it dangerous for pedestrians and slow-moving vehicles in the township.
Road safety has long been a major concern in Parkman, where a majority of residents are Amish. For the past several years, trustees have met with Amish leaders and county officials to discuss options to make the township’s roadways safer for school children, pedestrians, scooter riders, buggies and farm traffic.
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