By Peter Wingert, Paradise Valley police chief
(Editor’s note: Opinion pieces are posted for discussion purposes only.)
In January 2016, the Paradise Valley Town Council looked at a group of issues labeled as “Quality of Life” issues. Those issues include items such as cell phone coverage, garbage collection service, and construction noise.
The Advisory Committee on Public Safety, which is chaired by Councilwoman Maria Syms was asked to look at three items under the “quality of life” banner. Those three items were traffic signage in school zones, neighborhood traffic concerns, and the increasing amount of traffic signage. This column will focus on defining the problems around these issues.