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Original post made by Bill Carman, Country Fair, on Sep 23, 2014

Walking across Valley this morning, my dog and I were force to run for the traffic island as a car accelerated toward us while turning left from Paseo Santa Cruz. This happens daily at this intersection and soon, someone will be seriously hurt. We need the police to put a patrol car there in the morning; it is the only thing that drivers pay any attention to.

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Posted by Bill
a resident of Amberwood/Wood Meadows
on Sep 23, 2014 at 12:12 pm

I take it that you are crossing Valley on the tennis court side of Paseo Santa Cruz. Suggestion, cross Valley on the other side. It is much safer as fewer cars make left hand turns into the crosswalk. Plus it is easier for cars coming from Hopyard to see you. Question, have you ever driven a car through this intersetion in all directions during a busy time of the day? If not you should. You will be suprised how easily pedestrians blend in with the background. As it gets darker it only gets worst. And yes Pleasanton PD patrols this intersection all the time as well as the other Paseo Santa Cruz and Valley intersection.

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a resident of Canyon Creek
on Sep 23, 2014 at 4:05 pm

EVERYDAY some stupid bicyclist around 3.30 runs through the stop signs at the intersection of main and st marys. Cant miss em , west bound on main everyday.
THE QUESTION...............WHERE IS PLEASANTON P.D. ?????????????

I get it, can't be everywhere. but everyday at this intersection and in front of every school everyday !!!!!!!!!!!! BE SERIOUS.

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