Palm Coast, Fl - Excessive Traffic on Fl Pk Dr Endangers Residents' Health/Lives

Blessed is the leader who seeks the best for all those he serves.

A leader's character is defined in how they serve all the people.

The question the City will not answer:
Why is FL PK DR more important to the City as a thoroughfare than the health and lives of the residents ?

City Mayor:
Milissa Holland
Email : mholland@palmcoastgov.com

Council Member - District 1
Robert Cuff
Email: rcuff@palmcoastgov.com

Council Member - District 2
Col. Jack Howell II
Email: jdhowell@palmcoastgov.com

Council Member - District 3
Nick Klufas
Email: nklufas@palmcoastgov.com

Council Member - District 4
Eddie Branquinho
Email: ebranquinho@palmcoastgov.com

City Manager:  
Beau Falgout
Phone : (386) 986-3702
Email : bflagout@palmcoastgov.com
Fax : (386) 986-3703

Since the City recognized the traffic was heavy (in 2003) on the residential street, FL PK DR, and added turn lanes from two parkways (after 2003) onto FL PK DR which substantially increased the traffic, then the harm to the residents seems to be intentional. - - (See bottom of page 3)
1). The City will decide which children will NOT have a healthy environment. (Harmed by traffic fumes and traffic dust)
2). The City will
decide which children learning capabilities will be harmed. (Harmed by traffic noise)
3).
The City will decide which children will have higher risks of cancer, diabetes, asthma, and other respiratory problems.