Dear Editor:

“City of Progress, Moving Forward,” words that describe Enterprise. Yet our traffic control still sits in the 60s. The people that travel downtown on the off streets, play a slot machine with the lights on Edwards at E. Grubbs and at W. Lee , to the west of Main Street, lights on N. Rawls at W. Lee and at College Street. Then there’s the one way out on College Street at Warren Road. These places, each by themselves, have less traffic than the three way stop at the county court house.

Now I have asked several council members about this in the past 15 years and have not gotten an answer. If we are talking fixing the streets of Enterprise, let’s talk about fixing some old stoplights with some new stop signs.

James Long

Enterprise

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