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Thursday
Sep192013

A Letter To The Mayor of Santa Clarita, CA

Dear Mayor,

My family and I love to take walks with our dogs. but unfortunately it is hard to get to our favorite walking streets because my mom cannot get her wheelchair over the curb and cannot cross the street with us without going way out of our way to get across the road where the big pool is.

Crossing North Park Drive at the big pool is very dangerous because cars go by very fast here.

It's also a trouble for many other kids and their parents because you have to cross this street to get to the large neighborhood pool. Ever since my mom has been put in a wheelchair it is hard to find handicapped entrances so this is a problem with the door at this pool too.

Please take this into consideration and help bring awareness to the people who can put a crosswalk in at Angelica Drive and North Park Drive.

Thank you so much,

Cassidy May Bensko
Age 10

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