City Looks To Take Action After Speeding Complaints Increase For Downtown Norwich

By: Catherine Sasso

City looks to take action after speeding complaints increase for downtown Norwich The City of Norwich has received several complaints about vehicles speeding on downtown streets. The city speed limit is 30 miles per hour. (Photo by Catherine Sasso)

NORWICH – At the Tuesday night City of Norwich common council meeting, multiple aldermen reported complaints from residents about cars speeding through city streets.

"I've received reports of Silver Street being like a raceway. They're not stopping at stop signs, they're racing right through it," said Alderwoman Linda Kays-Biviano.

Alderman David Zeino also received complaints from concerned residents.

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"I also had a compliant about traffic speeding on Mitchell Street. I've referred that to the police department and they will be taking action," said Zeino.

According to Zeino, a lack of police patrolling city street may be part of the issue.

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