Deputies from the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office will be enforcing the new limits, but with warnings rather than tickets "for the first couple of weeks," Town Manager Kevin Bryant noted at the council meeting. "After that, it's fair game."
The new limits are the first step in the effort to make these streets safer for pedestrians. The council pressed the issue with Town Engineer Paul Nagengast. Mayor Dave Tanner wondered whether 20 mph was slow enough in some cases.
There will be a continuing dialogue, Mr. Nagengast replied."Let's set it 20 and let's re-look at that (in six months) and see if it needs to be further adjusted," he said. "This isn't something we just do and walk away."
"The community is not bashful about speaking their minds out there," he added.
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