2nd Request; Traffic Sign laying on Sidewalk for Several Weeks ?

Sign on Dunlawton Ave.
October 16, 2013 12:28 PM
From:scott@lockershield.net
To:”Greg Kisela” <gkisela@port-orange.org>
PedsignMr. Kisela,
Please see the attached picture of a pedestrian crossing warning sign near the intersection of Dunlawton and I95 (northbound on ramp).  This sign has been laying on the ground for several days now.  Do you know if it is being addressed and if so why is it taking so long to get another sign up and this one moved?
This is likely a sign belonging to FDOT or VDOT, but I am courious if it has been reported by our City to the proper organization and what follow through our City takes to make sure it gets handled in a timely manner.
Thanks,
Scott Stiltner


Fwd: Sign (Dunlawton Ave. / I95)          October 7, 2013 9:04 AM 
From:scott@lockershield.net
To:”Greg Kisela” <gkisela@port-orange.org>
 
Mr. Kisela,
Please see the attached photo of a City sign in a median on Dunlawton Avenue. near I95.  This sign has been knocked over for several weeks now.  This is in the first median east of I95 as you enter into the heart of our City. 
I was waiting to see how long it would take for someone to take the initiative to straighten up this sign, but it appears that would take much longer than I anticipated.  With the volume of City vehicles that pass by this area every day, it amazes me that no one has reported this to Public Works and that it would take so long for the City to address this.
This is a high visibility area for our City.  There was definitely a time in the history of our City where things like this were addressed in a timely manner and without having  to be brought to the attention of the City Manager.  We need to find a way to get back to giving our City the attention and care it deserves.
Thanks,
Scott Stiltner

One thought on “2nd Request; Traffic Sign laying on Sidewalk for Several Weeks ?

  • October 16, 2013 at 3:43 pm
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    Scott:
    Let me find out who has been notified and when the sign is expected to be replaced.
    Greg Kisela
    City Manager

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