Jared Brounstein of Borrow Enterprises attaches one of two Slow to 30 km/hr signs near Dutch Lake beach on Friday morning, May 18. The speed zone will be in place until fall to help protect the public using the beach.

Jared Brounstein of Borrow Enterprises attaches one of two Slow to 30 km/hr signs near Dutch Lake beach on Friday morning, May 18. The speed zone will be in place until fall to help protect the public using the beach.

Slow to 30 km/hr signs up again at Dutch Lake

Summertime speed zone intended to protect the public using beach

Jared Brounstein of Borrow Enterprises attaches one of two Maximum 30 km/hr signs near Dutch Lake beach on Friday morning, May 18. The speed zone will be in place until fall to help protect the public using the beach.

READ MORE: Town council changes speed zone (Oct. 18, 2016)



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