Lyndeborough selectmen order traffic regulations to be enforced
The goal is to ensure the safety of the public and work crews as well as to provide proper notification to dispatch and emergency services personnel, who may be affected when traffic is redirected.
At previous meetings, Deware reported he had received text messages from residents with complaints that roads were barely passable or to report no flaggers were present while work was being done.
Safety is also the goal of the crews working along the roadways,.
Travis Johnson, who was cutting overhanging branches from the bucket truck for Asplundh, said, “Safety is our priority. Everyone is properly trained, from the workers in the bucket to ones on the ground, and some people go through years of training before getting in the bucket. I’m always looking out from the bucket for problems.”
According to Johnson, storm damage resulting in power outtages to this area have decreased over the last five years because of cutting overhanging limbs above power lines.
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