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for Popular Government Vol. 19 Issue 7, Mar 1953
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Two recent decisions by the North Carolina Supreme Court have focused attention on a growing problem faced by municipal administration: the proper location of water storage tanks. Quite commonly, good engineering practice dictates the location of such facilities. But legal, financial, social, or political problems related to this location may force the city to choose another spot.
Traffic accidents are one of the principal causes of death in the United States and the chief cause for persons between the ages of five and twenty-four. Therefore, it has become of first importance to utilize the most effective and efficient means to reduce the number of highway deaths and injuries. To an increasing extent, people are looking to driver education as one of the most promising methods of dealing with this problem.