The newly formed Lockwood Pedestrian Safety District Advisory Board has identified priority sidewalk and lighting projects to make the community safer.
Lockwood residents who backed a successful campaign to create a special district for pedestrian safety improvements are moving ahead to create an advisory board for projects.
Stefeni Freese, Brandy Dangerfield and Nic Talmark check for results.
LOCKWOOD — Lockwood voters approved a special district Tuesday to build and maintain pedestrian safety improvements in the Lockwood area.
With ballots set to go out on Thursday, backers of the campaign to improve pedestrian safety in Lockwood held one last rally Saturday to garner support.
The face of an election campaign launched recently by Lockwood residents to improve pedestrian safety in the community is Dustin Patrick Freese.
Just over one year ago, Dustin Freese was struck by a vehicle on Becraft Lane, one of the busiest roads in Lockwood, and he passed away shortly thereafter. This unfortunate tragedy could and should have been prevented.