Fairview City Manager Scott Collins said the city has received several complaints about high speed traffic along certain streets within the city.

After reviewing the complaints, Collins said the city determined the reported speeding is mostlly occurring just before school and after school, making it difficult to assign officers at the locations where the traffic violations are occurring most often.

Collins identified three areas of most concern – White Oak Drive, Dogwood Drive and Grammar Drive.

In response to the complaints, Collins said the city plans to install three-way stop signs at those intersections. He noted they may not be permanent. The city also plans to install speed tables on the long sections on those streets.

“Our goal in this is to attempt to resolve speeding through those subdivisions,” said Collins.

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