Petition Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory arrange to have traffic controlling devices installed at the intersection of Secrett and McMillans Road (289 petitioners)
Tabled Paper 3252
Tabled Papers for 7th Assembly 1994 - 1997; Tabled papers; ParliamentNT
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TO THE HONOURABLE THE SPEAKER AND MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY: THE HUMBLE PETITION OF _______ RESIDENTS OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. RESPECTFULLY SHOWETH that the intersection of Secrett and McMillans Roads; is heavily used by residents of that area and Defence Forces personnel, both in travelling to & from work each day and in carrying out their personal affairs. is dangerous to all road users and particularly dangerous for traffic turning right out of Secrett Rd into McMillans Rd. has a history of accidents with at least 3 in the last 12 months and one death. > YOUR PETITIONERS therefore humbly urgently request the Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory to have traffic controlling devices installed at this intersection as a matter of priority, before another person is killed or someone is seriously injured in an accident there. And your petitioners, as in duty bound, will ever pray. NAME (Please Print) ADDRESS SIC J 5NATURE 4-r -j X . ^ ( c .. / ti.n / fis ^ $Ju/V 4/// PoSc 27 srvAer ?Afa f TteWW --- 1 / -A ' ' (1 f SQ J ZcAu iC eZf P/k- ss? LO P\ 5*2/0 'l.cew J PrVVerv When this form is complete please get it back to me, Daniel Donald. If you can't return it in person please mail it back to me at the address on the other side of this form.
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