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November 15, 2014
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H.C. Crittenden Middle School Has New Traffic Pattern For Afternoon Pick Up

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1. Harrison | January 19, 2013 at 08:33 AM EST

Smart idea. Parents need to know to pull up all the way not blocking the exits. This will probably not cause as much of a congestion if parents learn this.

2. ray301 | January 21, 2013 at 10:14 AM EST

McDonald Avenue and Bedford Road have been extremely busy for years. Smart idea to move the traffic. Cheryl Milano on Wampus Avenue complains about everything, so I am sure that this will not be the last time you hear from her. Maye she should back in her driveway, so when she does need to leave, so can just pull out and make it a little easier for herself and other parents. On the other hand, parents really need to stop bringing their children to school. There is no reason why these kids can't take the bus!!!! oh, i forgot, their spoiled.....

3. MB | January 25, 2013 at 08:27 PM EST

I am concerned that the increase in traffic on Wampus Ave may cause a child to get hit by a car but that has always been an issue on McDonald as well with the kids who walk to town. There should be a complete side walk along McDonald- especially near the traffic light. A middle schooler laughing with her friends stepped out in front of my car once--- thankfully I was expecting that as she was texting and get a sidewalk!!! I don't care about spoiled Ferari who complains about everything... Meanwhile-- @ray301 I often picked up one of my 3 children about 2-3 times a week from school to get them to appointments and music lessons or tutoring and to keep them off the overcrowded bus that had SRO on my route quite often. I never would have been able to schedule anything if I had to wait until they arrived home and then drove them back towards Armonk for all their events. I live on the Bedford side of town so my child lost 40 minutes every bus ride, twice a day, that's 80 min spent daily riding a bus starting at age 5...Believe me, they rode the buses 90% of the time but they were not spoiled... Perhaps if you had cracked a book you would know the correct spelling of they're...

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