Some things make you wonder. One of them is the apparent contradiction between what appears to be overwhelming community support for something (say speed limit reduction) and what all that support implies; i.e. – that there’s a speeding problem, so the community support for going slower must not be as universal as it appears.
If you do a poll, probably 100 per cent of those polled would say they are totally opposed to passing a schoolbus when its red lights are flashing. But somebody is doing it! Likewise the good folks of Nine Mile Point. An M.D. survey on the speed limit turned up 100 per cent support for reducing it to 30 kph. So if everybody believes in it, who’s going too fast?