A much-anticipated dialogue about security on Morse Boulevard will happen from 6 to eight p.m. Thursday, Sept. 7 at La Hacienda Recreation Middle.
The Neighborhood Improvement District 1 Board of Supervisors’ city corridor assembly about Morse Boulevard was to be held on Aug. 30, however was delayed to the strategy of Hurricane Idalia.
In August, CDD 1 supervisors bought a primary look on the long-awaited Kimley-Horn & Associates Inc. research aimed toward separating golf carts and cars on the busy thoroughfare between County Highway 466 and U.S. Hwy. 27/441. Too many occasions, there have been deadly or near-fatal collisions between golf carts and cars. The choices for separating golf carts and cars might price between $12 and $15 million. You possibly can view your entire report at this hyperlink: Kimley Horn report
Pissed off by the Sumter County Fee’s perceived indifference to site visitors issues on Morse Boulevard, CDD 1 supervisors ordered their very own security research, due largely to an insistent group of red-shirted residents exhibiting up at supervisors’ conferences and calling for motion.
Kimley-Horn went to county officers and sought “feedback” on the CDD 1 research previous to presenting its findings and suggestions to CDD 1 supervisors. In these feedback, county officers expressed issues which embody inconsistencies and worrisome crossings of golf carts throughout sections of Morse Boulevard. CDD 1 supervisors interpreted these feedback from the county as a untimely dismissal of their research.
Sumter County owns Morse Boulevard so it’s believed that motion received’t happen with out help from the county.