To the editor:
This is regarding the 90-degree curve at Michigan and Riverridge. When is someone within the city going to properly warn drivers of the upcoming curve? Maybe when someone actually dies, or kids are playing in the backyard just behind the curve and they get injured. I have seen countless wreckage at that site. It must cost the city more to fix the steel than it would to throw up a warning sign with flashing lights.
People who live within that area know of the dangerous curve, but someone traveling that road for the first time would really have no clue of the upcoming danger. I’m just hoping that the problem gets solved before I say “I told you so.”