Public reacts positively to ‘no left turn’ school sign

LOWVILLE — The new “no left turn” law affecting a student drop-off loop turns out to be no big deal for parents.

Village Police Chief Randy Roggie said he was at the intersection of Davenport Place and North State Street, where parents leave the “loop” around the Lowville Academy and Central School campus to drop off and pick up their children every morning. Other officers were at the spot every afternoon, ensuring drivers saw and respected the new “no left turn” signs approved and posted by the village.

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