In Saturday’s paper, the Ledger published a photo to accompany their article on Lakeland’s red light cameras. The photo showed the “photo enforced” sign on Northbound South Florida at Beacon Road.
The photo was a crop of the one the Ledger published on May 20th.
I realize that is very close to the sign. So, here’s the area from a bit further away:
If you can’t clearly see the sign, look closer:
Obviously, the sign isn’t as visible to drivers as the one directing drivers to downtown and Florida Southern College. Frankly, signs for speed limits, road hazards, and possible violations should be more visible than those advertising community landmarks.
The camera at Beacon and South Florida has been placed on city fire station property. Let’s hope city landscaping crews will soon fix the damage left by the work:
Finally, the law office sponsoring this bus bench doesn’t have the prime location they previously held: