Woonsocket School purchases speed signs

Gay Swenson donating a check on behalf of the Woonsocket Community Club to Supt. Rod Weber to help with the purchase of the new speed radar sign.

Woonsocket School has begun the process of installing radar speed signs on each end of the school speed zone on South Dakota Highway 34.
The process started with getting support from the Woonsocket Schoool Board, Woonsocket City Council and Sanborn County Commissioners. Official approval by the school board was not necessary because they did not have to pay more than $5,000 to help fund the project. With support from these boards, when permission from the South Dakota Department of Transportation (SD DOT) was received, the first speed sign was then installed.

…Learn more in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal.

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