Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsLa Habra

The Traffic Diverters on Memory Lane in Santa Ana

October 13, 1985

I was one of the victims of Santa Ana's "crackdown" on drivers making illegal right runs between 6 and 9 a.m. (Times, Oct. 2).

On the way to my first day of jury duty at the Santa Ana Courthouse, I became completely lost, and my friendly Thomas Bros. map directed me to take a right on Flower Street from Memory Lane.

I fell in line behind various other criminal types and received my $52 ticket for this dastardly moving violation. I spent a recent Saturday at an eight-hour traffic school to repay my debt to society.

Santa Ana, an all-American city (so they say), gave me a "red carpet treatment" that I would hope other law-abiding citizens can avoid.

DAVID E. AXELSON

La Habra

Advertisement
Los Angeles Times Articles
|
|
|