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One traffic safety effort follows another
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MONROE - On the heels of a successful traffic seatbelt enforcement effort earlier this month, Monroe Police are poised to start another grant-funded push to decrease speeding and increase seatbelt use.The "Summer Heat" campaign will take place July 1 to July 17. "With more officers patrolling for longer hours during the Summer Heat campaign, we are striving to get drivers to comply voluntarily with the posted speed limits and to buckle up," said Monroe Police Captain Jim Kosek, in a press release. Monroe's road construction and related detours, are having an impact on motorists, he said.