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Mayor, sheriff, AAA, Utica schools team up to promote driving safely | #schoolsaftey

It’s easy to tell when fall is coming, by the arrival of pumpkins at farm stands, the addition of pumpkin spice to coffee house menus and the flashing of yellow lights in front of schools. 

Those flashing lights should serve as more than just a reminder to slow down in school zones.

With so many children out walking to school and getting on and off school buses, drivers need to stay particularly alert now that school is back in session, local officials reminded the public during an event Friday, Sept. 8 at Watson Williams Elementary School in Utica with the Utica City School District, the City of Utica, the Oneida County Sheriff’s and AAA Northeast.  

“You’ve got to make sure your eyes and your ears are looking for cars and bikes that may not be looking for you,” Utica Mayor Robert Palmiere told the students assembled in the school’s gym.  

Everyone wants them grow up safely so that they can take on adult jobs, maybe even become the mayor or the superintendent, he said.  

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