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Member for Corio RICHARD MARLES has raised the issue in parliament, calling for both a dedicated school crossing and clear way zones during peak times.
The school says there have been a number of near misses in recent times.
It’s applied to Geelong Council but has only been offered the use of a traffic education officer because it diesn;t meet the criteria for a supervised crossing.
Deputy Principle JAN FAGAN says something needs to be done:
Picture: Waiting for a disaster: St Patrick’s Primary in Geelong West has no pedestrian crossing to protect its young students