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Legacy Speedway

I commute between Layton and Bountiful on Legacy Highway. If I observe the posted speed limit of 55 mph, I feel like I am standing still compared to the other drivers.

On a couple of occasions, Utah Highway Patrol officers sit in the median and watch, like all is well. Is the speed limit a law or a suggestion? If a suggestion, in our limited budgetary times we should avoid expenditures on replacing those that are damaged or putting up any new signs. If breaking the law is OK, I want to get in on the fun. Perhaps the speed limit change on the highway south from Lehi to St. George set our minds on this track.

STEPHEN J. KELLER Layton

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