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Safety is our first priority. As we look to reopen, we will carefully follow the plans and procedures put in place under guidance from the State of Indiana and City of Westfield. We strongly encourage all athletes and visitors to review these protocols, and know that when activity does return to campus, we’ll be ready. Click here for Grand Park Safety Guidelines.

 

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Beginning next week, a preservative sealant will be added to roads that were resurfaced last summer. Affected residents will be notified via door hangers and we will post locations and dates early next week. Please stay tuned. #TravelWestfield ... See moreSee less

Beginning next week, a preservative sealant will be added to roads that were resurfaced last summer. Affected residents will be notified via door hangers and we will post locations and dates early next week. Please stay tuned. #TravelWestfield

 

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Anything for Newby Heights?

Tomorrow, Indiana goes hands-free. Let's all do our part to keep the roads safe. For more information, please visit HandsFreeIndiana.com #HandsFreeIndiana ... See moreSee less

Tomorrow, Indiana goes hands-free. Lets all do our part to keep the roads safe. For more information, please visit HandsFreeIndiana.com #HandsFreeIndiana

 

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Let me know when they ban putting on makeup and shaving while driving. I see that all the time driving to work

More government overreach is not a good thing.

What about dogs in driver laps. Saw a lady once almost slide off the road because the dog got in the way

Yay! Very dangerous to do this. Also phones have a speaker button so no one should be holding their phones while driving!

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A reminder Indiana goes hands-free July 1. Thank you Governor Eric Holcomb and Indiana State Police - Public Information Office for leading the way. For more information, please visit HandsFreeIndiana.com #HandsFreeIndiana ... See moreSee less

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I totally support this. My son almost lost his life because of a distracted driver. Only thing he was doing was taking a left onto Willow Creek Way from SR 32.

Distracted driving is terrible but this law goes way too far. According to the law even if your phone was in a mount If you tap your screen to skip the song the ticket is the same as if you were texting someone

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