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Small price to pay for safety

Small price to pay for safety

POSTED August 2, 2017 9:23 a.m.
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Editor, Ceres Courier,

I strongly support the efforts of the Ceres High School students who are trying to establish a crosswalk on Fifth street. As a third year student of CHS, I, along with my fellow classmates, understand the importance of installing this crosswalk as it will greatly improve student safety. According to creating a crosswalk with proper lighting will cost a maximum of $40,000 and with the city spending $3.9 million dollars to renovate downtown, this couple thousand is a small price to pay for student safety.

Please encourage your City Council representative to make Fifth Street safer for your children.

Krishan Malhotra,

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