“Ulster Avenue is like a racetrack,” Kayla Nadal said at the regular Saugerties Village Board meeting on July 6. “From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. people, especially the younger generation, attempt to beat the red light. Sitting on my front porch with my husband, who is a volunteer firefighter, we are both afraid that somebody is going to get seriously hurt or killed. And the amount of people walking on Ulster Avenue — what can be done before somebody really does get hurt . . .
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