$50,000 in safety worked planned at Reeves Community Center

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SURRY COUNTY, N.C. — NC DOT has earmarked $50,000 for safety changes at Reeves Community Center, but changes in public behavior will be needed as well, a DOT spokesman believes, according to the Mount Airy News.

Some of the public behavior that must change includes jaywalking, a common practice that has caused problems near the intersection of Pine and Renfro streets at the community center.

Since January, Pettyjohn has worked with city government representatives to devise solutions to the safety problem, which stems from a lack of parking at Reeves Community Center.

Read more: Mount Airy News

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