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Bus Stop

I see that the bus stop has been moved back to the corner of Frazier Lane and Duerson Trail. We live in the corner house where the bus stops. As you can see we have a very low 3ft. wall. The children sit, climb, walk, and jump on and off of this wall as they wait for the bus. The fence is very low and it makes it easy for the young ones to climb it and throw trash over it. The parents that wait for their children after school lean against or sit on the wall as well. I have pictures of the children walking, sitting, and jumping on and off the wall. We are concerned for the safety of the children, the structural integrity of the wall, and the for potential injuries and lawsuits. Is it possible to have the bus stop moved to an area where there is no wall or a higher wall? If the bus stop must remain in this spot, can the HOA have the wall raised to prevent any possible injuries? Thank You, The Nguyens

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