I am the last person to tell anyone how to do their job except Governor Kasick. Anyway, if the city of Lorain would like to make a few bucks and maybe teach some drivers how to slow down. Stake out any school zone in the city and especially the Clearview area. Anytime the school zone is at twenty miles per hour you will find at least half the cars over the limit and at least one or two way over. Now, I know how easy it is to get a little fast on the highways and It seems that a lot of folks are speeding on the interstate however, a school zone is a no slack zone, there is absolutely no reason and or excuse to speed through a school zone.
Now, the state highway patrol has on more than one occasion used the area as a target rich environment and is giving out high speed driving awards to those in the fast lane and it would seem that maybe the locals could follow suit and fill out some awards of their own.