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GV police need to step up

Nevada County must have plenty of money as the Grass Valley police do absolutely nothing to issue citations to all the speeders continuing to exceed the speed limit in the Morgan Ranch development. I guess after someone gets killed or seriously injured maybe some action will be taken. If some of the money to support the Police Department would come from the citations, more citations would be issued and we would not have speeders, tail gaiters, and vehicles going through stop signs like we have today. I think the next thing is to try get speed bumps installed in Morgan Ranch and therefore control the violators without the help of any police. Of course this will not be beneficial to all the trucks that serve the building of the new homes.

Albert Koenig

Grass Valley

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