Road changes a surprise in the dark

Resident has concerns about Harrison's road markings

Would have been nice if the Village of Harrison Hot Springs, if that we are currently named or the Resort community of Harrison Hot Springs would have notified residents that they were installing speed bumps on Balsam ave.

I leave in the morning and there isn’t any speed bumps, I come back after dark and to my surprise I’m bouncing up over something.

There were no road signs, construction lights or yellow road markings on the road. Three of my family members encountered the same experience this first night and I wonder how many others.

I hope nobody in town has incurred damage from this.  I hope the village and ministry of highways can also take some serious consideration into the four-way at Highway 9 and Lillooet. I’ve seen numerous cars fly through it  narrowly missing pedestrians.

Pierre Bouvier

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