Two residents from Union Hill Road in Marlboro presented a petition to Town Council last week, with signatures from almost all residents living between Tennent Road and Rt. 9.
Union Hill Road resident Raul Gonzalez said he has been living on the road for three years, and thinks the speed limit in that section is too high.
With people speeding to and from Rt. 9, Gonzalez said, "We don't even have enough time to pull in and out [of the driveway]."
Gonzalez and another resident of the road said presented a petition to council, which according to them contained signatures of almost every resident in that area.
Chief Bruce Hall said Union Hill Road may be tough to change, since it is a mulch-jurisdictional road between Marlboro, the county and Manalapan.
Council President Jeff Cantor said, "I think there is an epidemic, not only in Marlboro, people are speeding everywhere."
Hall said the department is about to up enforcement on several roads in Marlboro, and digital speed reminders may be possible on Union Hill.
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