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Three newcomers join Thornton Municipal Advisory Council

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Angela Rohrer

Rae Simas

Maria Tristao

Posted: Thursday, August 4, 2011 12:00 am

Safer conditions for children heading to and from New Hope School, maintaining the lower crime rate seen since the Sheriff’s Community Car program was established and providing job skills are among the priorities of the three newest members of the Thornton Municipal Advisory Council.

“We’d like to get some speed control on the road in front of the school — signs, flashing lights, whatever we can get,” said new MAC member Rae Simas. “Sometimes we get some pretty fast drivers going past the school.”

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