[tabi] Fwd: Audible Signals- placement request from WIlliam

  • From: ericamccaul@xxxxxxxxxxxx
  • To: tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 28 Oct 2009 11:51:32 -0400

My heartfelt thanks to you, William, for nurturing these helpful
relationships! You have been able to overcome so many barriers, and we
should all be grateful to you-- I certainly am.
Here are my personal requests for audible signals (also crosswalk repainting and redlight cameras, while you're there, please):
N. Monroe & Sharer
N. Monroe & 7th
Monroe & Tennessee
Reece Park & Gov. Square Blvd.
Easterwood/Trojan & E. Park/Doyle Conner
CCSE & Park
CCSE & Apalachee Pkwy
Thomasville & Village Square
Hartsfield & Mission

From Wanda (who cannot post to TABI):
Ausley & Pensacola
Wahnish & Gaines
S. Monroe & Gaines
S. Monroe & Orange
S. Monroe & Paul Russell
Macomb & College

From John (who doesn't post to TABI):
Magnolia & Governor's Square Blvd.
Magnolia & Apalachee Parkway

My other recommendations:
Magnolia & Orange
Magnolia & Lafayette
CCNE & Miccosukee
Appleyard &  Tennessee
Appleyard & Pensacola

-----Original Message-----
From: blindwilly <blindwilly@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: tabi@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Sent: Mon, Oct 26, 2009 4:35 pm
Subject: [tabi] Audible Signals

I have spent a lot of time on the phone with NOVA
10-20 people and the traffic engineering people.   I am working hard
for us all to get together and work side by side for a solution where
needed.   My efforts have come down to this.
  Who needs a audible signal where?   No we
can't promise anything, but we need to prioritize.   If you have a
busy intersection that you would like, to cross would you call or
me.   I have been told that even if they can't meet
every demand, they do have a working budget and would like to work with
us.   So, once again, if you have a need, contact me and I will see
what I can do for you.

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