Spokane Valley neighborhood urges people to slow down


SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. -A Spokane Valley neighborhood has banded together to send this message: Slow down.

Neighbors say speeding is a serious problem on 28th Ave. between Dishman Mica Rd. and University Rd.

"I ask myself where do they get their licenses?" said Carol Gibson. "Out of Cracker Jack boxes? Off the internet? It makes you wonder."

Gibson and other neighbors say they've tried calling the police but it hasn't helped, and they're afraid someone is going to get seriously hurt.

The Spokane County Sheriff's Office says Valley PD do have a traffic unit. They say you can request a patrol officer to monitor speed but must be specific with dates and times speeding is most common.

The Sheriff's Office also says you can request a reader board that calculates speed by contacting your local S.C.O.P.E station

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