Police to enforce 15km/h limit

MYRTLEFORD police will be keeping a close eye on cars using the road in the Myrtleford Recreation Reserve.

Drivers are being urged to pay close attention to the 15km per hour speed limit within the recreation reserve, and Sergeant Paul Evans said this is the first and only warning.

“We will be watching drivers within the recreation reserve,” he said.

“The speed limit has been set by VicRoads and the Alpine Shire and we are there to enforce it.”

Sgt Evans said the recreation reserve was utilised by a broad range of community members and he said drivers should be mindful of the speed limit.

“There are no footpaths within the reserve and we have little kids using the road as a footpath and older residents walking their dogs, as they should as it is a recreation reserve,” he said.

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