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Rockland County Legislator Aron Wieder Announced Four-Way Stop Sign Installation at Lime Kiln and Wilder Roads Intersection in Wesley Hills

Rockland County Legislator Aron Wieder announced the installation of a four-way stop sign at the intersection of Lime Kiln Road and Wilder Road in Wesley Hills, a location notorious for frequent accidents. The decision comes after persistent efforts by local officials to enhance road safety.

In a video statement, Legislator Wieder stood alongside Wesley Hills Mayor Marshall Katz at the intersection. “Mayor Katz reached out to me about the need for a stop sign on Wilder Road, complementing the existing one on Lime Kiln Road, due to numerous accidents reported here,” Wieder stated. “I am pleased to announce that the county has agreed to install a four-way stop sign at this intersection. Thank you, Mayor Katz, for bringing this issue to our attention. I am glad it’s working out well.”

In a statement to Monsey Scoop, Legislator Wieder expressed his gratitude to Rockland County Executive Ed Day, saying, “I am extremely grateful to Rockland County Executive Ed Day for moving ahead with this.”

Mayor Katz expressed his gratitude in the video, saying, “I must thank you, Legislator Wieder. This intersection has seen accidents almost every two months. We’ve been trying to get the county’s approval for a four-way stop sign for many years, and Aron finally made it happen. This is a temporary measure while the county progresses with plans for a roundabout, which will improve traffic flow and safety even further.”

Monsey Scoop has reported multiple dozens of accidents at this location, highlighting the urgent need for safety improvements.

Wieder concluded by acknowledging the collaborative effort, “Again, thank you, Mayor Katz, for prioritizing this safety measure. We are committed to keeping our community safe from Wesley Hills to Chestnut Ridge.”

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