New Signs on Upper Dwight

The city of Oakland responded with admirable dispatch to our request to replace damaged and missing signs on upper Dwight near Ellen Gunther’s house (3555 Dwight).     Within 24 hours of contacting them, they installed a new 15 MPH warning sign at the curve (picture below) plus “No Parking” signs, one with an anti-littering sign attached.

More damaged signs will be replaced in coming weeks. Many thanks to Mr Kenneth Patton of Traffic Maintenance in Public Works, (510) 615-5984, for his prompt response.
The city only promises to replace old signs, not put up new ones.    Oakland residents are hoping to install new anti-littering signs and possibly a garbage barrel along upper Dwight, but this will have to be done at our own expense.

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