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By Andi Bourne
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Changing Driving Behavior Around the Schools

Ask the Sheriff

 


SEELEY LAKE – For the past few weeks, law enforcement has been actively working the school zones, enforcing speed limits. Once the new speed limits on Highway 83 go into effect, these will also be enforced.

Monday, Oct. 3, Missoula County Sheriff’s Deputy Mike Sunderland worked for two hours by the Seeley-Swan High School (SSHS). He wrote several speeding tickets and gave a lot of warnings.

“People need to realize that we are going to enforce the speed laws around the school,” said Sunderland. “These kids are very important to all of us.”

For Sunderland, the posted speed limit i...



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