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Thursday, September 21, 2017

A Viewer Writes: Stop Sign obscured by work sign @ Poplar & Calvert

**Take note people!**

If you are crossing the street in downtown Salisbury at the corner or Popular Hill Ave & Calvert St, cars can NOT see the stop sign due to the detour sign obstructing their view. My kids and I, walking to dance class, were almost hit and later I witnessed another car plow through the same stop sign.

This NEEDS to be corrected! ASAP!!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jakey??? You on this Boy Maryor??

Anonymous said...

Call the city police. I had a same issue with a rail road crossing which had no stop sign, and a building which blocked the rail road. called the city police after i saw a girl with 2 kids almost get hit by a train. they (someone) had a stop sign up next morning.

Anonymous said...

This happens so many times in too many places. I guess the guy putting up the second sign can't do simple logic.

Steve Betz said...

If you stop at the temporary stop signs you can't see traffic from other direction.

Anonymous said...


Sign person is too busy stripping content from 'bury website in advance of the Folking. Check back in 3 years. Of course, by then it will have shifted, per Jake, into the Chesapeake Folk Festival.

Anonymous said...

I think if you want anything corrected in this town, you have to go over to the sign, move it, then it will be corrected. Otherwise, you are wasting your breath.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...
I think if you want anything corrected in this town, you have to go over to the sign, move it, then it will be corrected. Otherwise, you are wasting your breath.

September 21, 2017 at 5:57 PM

You are probably correct, however, do not get caught correcting a problem or else you could be charged with some crime. The State of Maryland, the city of smallsbury or even the county have a whole lot of common sense. But they are real clever when it comes to separating us from our money.