Before someone says there is a middle school building at that location: yes, I know, but the kids pictured aren't in the middle school. They're in the elementary school, which is nowhere near here. Are there really "constantly toddlers in the area"? And are they crossing the streets by themselves? If there's a crossing guard, why the need for a stop sign?
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