Paperjack residents rally to slow speeders
Someone once said, "If you have to protest, tell people what you are for, not what you are against."
The folks on Paperjack Drive took that advice to heart on Saturday, Aug. 9.
Signs were posted along the street that said "25 mph," "Children playing," "Handicapped people use this road too."
"It's a racetrack," Holly Fall, a resident who has lived on Paperjack Drive for 22 years, said. "People are not mildly speeding, they are tearing up the road."