LETTER: Maple Ridge traffic circle a potential ‘death trap’

Caitlin Smith shows a picture of her own kids trying to manouvre the are of 123rd Avenue and Creston Street in Maple Ridge to demonstrate the danger that exists for pedestrians in that area. (Caitlin Smith/Special to The News)
Parent reiterates ongoing plea for council to make city streets safe for pedestrians
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