Q: I live on a very busy road and requested to have a circle driveway. I want to drive out head first, we were denied.
My car was totaled in front of my home due to speeders. Two lane road and turn lane. Speed limit 35 most do 55. We were denied a circle driveway because our in and out driveway would not be 100: feet apart. I feel like it is a life and death, safety issue. Road commisssion says too bad and denied request. I asked for a variance. They said no variance is allowed. What can we do?
A: A Michigan attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. One option may be to look into other agencies - whether on a state or other level. It's possible the process could need the support of someone with expertise in traffic engineering and possibly civil engineering/architecture, but that's something a local attorney could advise more thoroughly about, in terms of what your best options are. Good luck
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