In these difficult economic times, families and businesses need to find new ways to save money and increase income. Municipalities need to do the same. Here is a suggestion for the city of Bangor.
Since a high percentage of area drivers ignore stop signs and yield signs, the city should take them all down and sell the signs and posts as scrap metal. Not only would this produce immediate revenues, but savings would accrue from the reduced maintenance and not needing to erect new signs as future city development occurs.
A thought about red lights at a later date.