Tiger Point residents’ worries over traffic safety around the new Sacred Heart clinic under construction on U.S. Highway 98 are growing after they were excluded from a closed-door meeting of county and state officials on the issue last week.
“The county commission seems to have made a decision without much input from people who live in this community, and it isn’t looking for more,” said Jack Caffery, vice president of The Fairways Homeowners Association.
Members of a half-dozen homeowners groups have picketed the construction site to pressure Sacred Heart to place its entrance and exit to the new facility on U.S. Highway 98 instead of a two-lane stretch of Tiger Point Boulevard.
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