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Pa e 2 THE WALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 20 8 .! .! ~ .~ A~I ][:1 ~- -- ,J -- ~ ~-.L ~" ---'~ .z~.~j-z'.~.~.~,~#-1711 ll -qLIIJ-~ Jl Park River was motivated to en- zero motor vehicle crash fatalities tance and support through the lead hance traffic safety efforts after two and serious injuries in the commu- Vision Zero agencies and other Vi, fatal crashes occurred in their area. nity. Park River will develop a coali- sion Zero partners to achieve the The NDDOT and Park River offi- tion to implement evidence-based zero goal. cials engaged community safety strategies proven to reduce motor ve- "We don't want to lose another professionals in a meeting to discuss hicle crashes including: widespread community member to a motor ve- safety solutions earlier this year. public education/outreach; imple- hicle crash. We look forward to "Park River's mobilization to im- menting policies that support driv- working toward the zero goal and prove safety is a significant factor in er and passenger safety; high visi- appreciate the assistance we will re- our decision to select them as North bility enforcement of existing laws; ceive through Vision Zero partners Dakota's first Vision Zero Com- technology advancements; and in- to do this," said Park River Mayor munity," said Tom Sorel, NDDOT fi-astructure/road safety improve- Dan Stenvold. Director. ments. A sign recognizing Park River as As a Vision Zero Community, This designation will allow Park a Vision Zero Community will be Park River agrees to work toward River to receive technical assis- placed near city entrance areas. Photos: Larry Biri Top Left: Will Solseng gets some shade underneath the blade of a snow plow. Top Right: Kelly Desautel Lessard Ides her hand at the Backhoe Rodeo at the Walsh County Road Day and Open House at the Walsh County Shop in Park River. Kelly is as an Administrative Officer 2 for the Walsh County Highway Department Bottom Left: NDDOT Director Thomas Sorel presents Park River Mayor Dan Stenvold with Vision Zero Community hon- ors. The presentation coincided with Walsh County Road Day and Open House held in Park River. Bottom Right: Engelbert And Mary Ann Jelinek take a break and relax on a chip spreader at the Walsh County Road Day at the Walsh County Shop in Park River. ~k 0 00 Temporary Full/Part-Time Positions Available! Earn extra money in a clean and safe working environment! Make up to $17.50 per hour $14.75 hourly rate Potential for hourly bonuses for staying through end of season Part-Time Positions: Create your own consistent weekly schedule!! (Minimum of 25 hours per week) Marvin Windows and Doors of Grafton 14835 Highway 17 West Grafton, North Dakota 58237 (701) 352-4077 Or online at www.marvin.com/careers Equal Opportunity Employer