Town of Ramapo police say they're receiving complaints of trucks driving in residential areas

Town of Ramapo police say truck drivers are not paying attention to signs that advise them not to drive in residential areas

News 12 Staff

Jan 13, 2023, 3:32 AM

Updated 458 days ago

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Town of Ramapo police say truck drivers are not paying attention to signs that advise them not to drive in residential areas
Officers say they are hearing complaints from residents about trucks driving where they shouldn't be.
Police say they have put out multiple warnings, but they are still getting the complaints so they're going to start to actively enforce these regulations against trucks.


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