Authorities stepping up focus on bus stop-sign violators
The Long County Sheriff's Office and the Ludowici Police Department will join other state law-enforcement agencies in conducting the "Stop Means Stop" campaign during the week of Aug.
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#1 Aug 16, 2012
Atleast during the rest of the days in August, parents can be assured their children probably won't be in danger. What about the rest of the school year? Long county has no where, near enough officers to cover or keep up with all the buses taking children home.
I'm lucky my child gets dropped off at my driveway, so I do not have to be concerned with other drivers not following the law.
The state should set up cameras on outside of buses to take pictures of the vehicles that do not abide by the law and send them the ticket in the mail. Drivers would definitely take this matter alot more serious.
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