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Magistrates consider 10 mph speed limit

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By Calen McKinney

Those who drive on Crawley Road might want to slow down.

Magistrates have been asked to set a 10 mph speed limit on the road, but the sheriff and a magistrate say they don't believe a limit that slow is a good idea.

Last month, magistrates had first reading of the limit, though John Gaines voted against it because he said he believes the speed is too slow for a roadway.

At last Tuesday's regular Taylor County Fiscal Court meeting, Gaines again said he believes the speed is too slow.


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