LAMPASAS — County commissioners imposed the first speed limit on County Road 2227 on Monday. Precinct 4 Commissioner Jack Cox presented the idea to county officials after asking Sheriff David Whitis to conduct a study to improve conditions along the 1½-mile roadway.
“This is where U.S. 281 turns back to the west, and I asked the sheriff to assist us in what he recommends as a speed limit,” Cox said. “It’s a paved road with several dips and crossings, and it had never had a speed limit on it. The recommendation I received was 30 mph, and I recommend we approve that.”
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