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Nightmare on Pine Street in Edmonds?


Last updated 12/26/2020 at 6:53pm

Linda Niemi and Jim Carroll, at the top of Pine Street, are appreciative but not satisfied with the City of Edmonds’ plans to increase safety on their street.

Jim Carroll and Linda Niemi live a block apart from each other on Pine Street, which drops from the top of Edmonds Bowl on Ninth Avenue South and continues to busy SR 104.

They aren’t afraid to make some noise.

They spoke about safety issues on their street at a City Council meeting in May and again in July, when city officials gathered to meet with neighbors and listen to their concerns.

The overriding issues?

Speeders. Cars and even big-rigs running stop signs. Visitors whose GPS tells them Pine is a shortcut to the ferry line. Traffic, just too much traffic.

After July’s meeting...

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