Derry to receive speed sign through donation
The portable sign will flash the speed at which motorists are traveling.
In the past, this has been tempting to some drivers, Derry Police Chief Edward Garone said Tuesday night as he appeared before town councilors.
But police are aware of the temptation, and the sign can be adjusted so it will only go to a certain speed, Garone said.
Councilor Michael Fairbanks wanted to know if the sign could be used for speed enforcement.
“And if you have this sign that kind of flashes at you and reminds you, that’s what we are looking for. We are looking for compliance, not tickets,” Garone said.
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