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Williamsville could lower speed limits on some roads this month

The Williamsville Village Board could vote as soon as its Jan. 22 meeting to reduce the speed limit on some streets that run along parks in the village.

The Village Board on Monday held public hearings on lowering the speed limit from 30 mph to 25 mph on five streets near South Long, Glen and Garrison parks. They include sections of Park Drive, South Ellicott Street, South Long Street, Village Square Lane and Rock Street.

No one spoke at any of the hearings.

The village also held a hearing on reducing the speed limit from 30 mph to 15 mph on Glen Avenue, from Reist Street to North Cayuga Road, near SS. Peter and Paul School. This hearing did draw public comment. The board now is looking at a new limit of 20 mph but it first must designate that road as a school zone.


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