‘No-drop-off’ policy to be enforced by CPD in front of school
by Franklin Clark, Reporter -- fclark@cadizrecord.com
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When classes begin at Trigg County Schools on Tuesday, Aug. 6, the Cadiz Police Department will continue enforcing a no-drop-off policy on Main Street near the schools, Cadiz Police Chief Chad Grace said last week.

“We’re going to get the signs back up, like we did last year, the big road signs from the state,” Grace said. “It’s pretty much going to be the same thing as last year.”

Drivers will likely see reminders of this beginning this week or next week, but drivers will definitely be reminded before school starts again, said Grace, who added that this will be year-round, while last year they started it after spring break.

Last year, CPD Major Duncan Wiggins was in front of the school at the crosswalk, and this year SRO (School Resource Officer) Dave Colbert – also an officer with the CPD – could perform the same task at the other entrance, Grace said.

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