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Posted: Saturday, November 2, 2013 6:30 pm

A requirement that safety vests be worn by people soliciting money on Washington city streets is a sound safety measure. With the increased traffic on city streets, it can be hazardous for the solicitors.

A popular intersection for street solicitations is the intersection of Jefferson and Fifth streets. It’s one of the more heavily traveled intersections. Traffic lights are put on a flashing red signal when solicitations are sought. That requires a stop for all vehicles. There are other intersections that are hazardous due to narrow streets, and left turn lanes.

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