Suffern students make a difference as traffic sign installed at elementary school
Suffern elementary students are learning first hand they can make a difference.
Suffern Mayor Michael Curley visited Thursday to put in a traffic sign at the school's drop off circle.
The school principal, Kelly Benadi, had concerns the circle was getting dangerous because parents have been making a left hand turn onto a road where there's also a crosswalk.
Benadi got in touch with the mayor and he got support from the Town Board, which made it illegal to make a left between 8:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. during school drop off.
Drivers will get a ticket if they break the new law.