To the editor:
(An open letter to the city of Princeton and mayor) As of the last few months we have seen an increase of U-turns on 2nd Street.
This issue is becoming a nuisance and will at some point will create a injury to both public and private property.
As a resident, our tangible and intangible property must be safe guarded from out town and locals who feel a U-turn is warranted on our property.
I would request a “no U-turn” sign be posted before the flea market starts up on July 18, 2020.
Please note we could use a good paint job to the cross walks with white and yellow paint, this is very neglected. Please note I have included Representive Ballweg on this email; maybe the DOT can pay to mark this intersection, note drivers are not giving citizens the right way at this crossing.
I will be posting a feed-back in the local paper on the said topic.
— Russell Beier