South Pasadena Police Chief Art Miller is quick to tell you he's still getting to know the city and its layout.
Three days on the job, the interim chief sat down with Patch and chatted about changes he'd like to implement and goals he hopes to achieve [That story to post soon. Please check back]. And when Miller was told that a prevailing concern among residents is the high rate of speed some drivers use on neighborhood streets, and around schools he had one question: "Where?''
In a previous story, reader Betty Jean commented that she finds several intersections particularly frightening: Monterey Road to El Centro Avenue, all intersecting at Meridian, Orange Grove Avenue and Indiana, Arroyo Drive from Pasadena Avenue all the way down towards the city of Pasadena and Monterey Road from Pasadena Avenue going to the end of town towards Hermon.
As members of the community, which intersections do you find most distressing and why? If Miller were going to focus resources on traffic-troubled areas of the city -- imagine Fair Oaks Avenue and Monterey Road dividing South Pas into quadrants -- what area do you think poses the greatest threat to public safety?