Whenevera local authority determines upon the basis of an engineering and traffic survey that the prima facie
speed limit of 25 miles per hour in a business or residence district or in a public park on any street having a roadway not exceeding 25 feet in width, other than a state
highway, is more than is reasonable or safe,the local authority may, by ordinance or resolution, determine and declare a prima facie speed limit of 20 or 15 miles per hour, whichever
is found most appropriate and is reasonable and safe. The declared prima facie limit shall be effective when appropriate signs giving
notice thereof are erected upon the street.
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