There will be stop signs put into the southbound and northbound corners of Main Street/North Plandome Road where they intersect with Fifth Avenue iin front of the Dolphin apartments.
A handful of residents of the complex explained during Wednesday night's Town of North Hempstead meeting that it is difficult for the elderly, disabled and children to cross this intersection. They also noted that many people seem to speed through this area. A police officer and resident of the Dolphin said he estimated that people drive at speeds up to 70 miles per hour in the area.
In addition to the stop signs, there will also be measures taken to make better sight distance for people exiting the apartment complex's parking lot now that there will be stop signs.