To the Editor:
The signs up at Hyde Park Boulevard and Kimbark Avenue really do not mean anything. The city of Chicago put up a sign that says no trucks over five tons are allowed — however the Budweiser delivery, Miller Light delivery and paper and produce trucks, along with RFS and several other heavy overweight trucks go down the street, as well as 52nd Street between Kimbark and Woodlawn avenues.
I am asking what does one have to do to get these heavy trucks off the street that they are not supposed to be using? These trucks have the streets in bad shape and according to the sign should be ticketed for using the street.
My question: How do we enforce the sign and get these heavy trucks off a residential street?
Larry A. Green