Magistrates are considering an ordinance that would address the issue of speed limits on county roads - and we're all in favor of it.
There have been issues with speeds limits in the county for several years now.
In April 2007, Taylor Fiscal Court agreed to set fines to accompany the County's speed limit ordinances. Sheriff John Shipp told magistrates that there was no punishment for someone who violated county speed limits. Sure, the fines set by the Court weren't too stiff but, hopefully, they at least gave drivers another reason to slow down.
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