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Residents say speeders endangering Ortega Street

| Wendy Victora Rudman

A small group of citizens concerned about speeding on Ortega Street met with Commission Chair Dave Piech and representatives from the Santa Rosa Sheriff’s Office last week.

The citizens say that speeding is a recurring and dangerous problem along their residential street, where the speed limit is 20 miles per hour, only increasing to 30 mph as it approaches the high school.

Two years ago, someone speeding down Ortega Street struck this mailbox, which was unrecognizable after the accident. Neighbors want officials to help slow traffic through this residential area. (Courtesy of Norm Readler)


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