Some Parkside Green residents are opposing plans to build a preschool at Dillman and Jog roads because they fear it will worsen an existing traffic problem — the wait to leave their community on weekday mornings, when drivers on Jog Road make U-turns at the median cut in front of Parkside Green Drive.
Many of the cars making U-turns are believed to be parents who drop their children off at Cholee Lake Elementary. After leaving the school headed east on Dillman Road, drivers are forced to turn south on Jog Road. Many want to go north, so they make U-turns in front of the Parkside Green entrance.
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