Randall installs motorcycle awareness signs

Officials gather around the new motorcycle awareness sign. From left are Randall town Chairman Bob Stoll, ABATE representative Angela Mercer, state Rep. Samantha Kerkman and county Supervisor Dennis Elverman. Also in photo are Kerkman's sons.

ABATE representatives and Randall officials gathered Monday to ceremonially install a motorcycle awareness sign along 93rd Street.

The sign is one of four the town has agreed to install along town roads with the aim of improving awareness of motorcyclists on the road.

Motorcycle advocacy group ABATE is funding the sign installation.

The town also has agreed to recommend to the county additional placements of the signs along county highways.

ABATE believes Randall is the first municipality in Wisconsin to approve the sign installation.

Besides 93rd Street, signs also will be placed along Legion Drive.

Randall Town Supervisor Mike Halvorson finishes off the installation of the sign.


One Comment

  1. Jeff says:

    Hey Bob , What did the County say about the road bed on 93rd street. You are about to lose the south lane.

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