No more signal lightsIn response to the Committee to review Old Town Keller projects, I totally disagree with the committee that Keller wants or needs a signal light at U.S. 377 and Pecan St.It would not be beneficial to Keller. If you drive that road at all you already know how congested that road gets on a day to day basis. A new light on that road is not the answer. Bearcreek Road and Elm/Whitley is the only place a new traffic light needs to be installed. That intersection is a nightmare.I agree that Bearcreek Road needs to be widened with sidewalks, but no way does Keller need a traffic circle on that road. That is money that could be saved to improve the sidewalks of Old Town Keller. Why build new sidewalks, just redo them. Old Town should stay old town, with that Old Town look.In living here over 25 years, this town has gone from a small country town to a nightmare traffic jam. Please don't make this town more of a traffic jam with making more lights on 377. We have enough already.Thank you. Sincerely, Betty S. Mayes, KellerClean up fencesI don't understand why city code enforcement does not clean up the fences along North Tarrant Parkway between Whitley and Willis.Many of the fences are dilapidated; some are 10 feet tall and some are 8 feet tall. Some are different heights in the same yard and some are different colors.The worst is on the corner of Whitley and North Tarrant; it is one big eyesore on a corner of one of the entrances into Keller. Doesn't make a good impression.There is a code, so code enforcement do your job, enforce it. Get owners to comply. Help them pay for it.This is a nice neighborhood, yet looking at the outside of the development, it doesn't appear so. Major thorough fare, entrance to the city from Ft. Worth and Watauga, and city ordinances; why is our neighborhood being ignored?Beautify Keller. Spend some money on this side of town.Concerned citizen. Dean Baxter, Keller
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