Tuesday, May 28, 2013 at 8:52 am (Updated: May 28, 9:26 am)
By VINCE LUECKE
TELL CITY – Organizers of fitness runs and other events requiring traffic control could be asked to provide some of the help themselves instead of relying on city police officers.
While no decision was made, the city’s board of public works and safety discussed the demands placed on police officers during road runs and walks. Many of those events have runners crossing busy streets such as Payne and 12th streets and police have often been asked to direct traffic to ensure runners’ safety.
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