This is in reference to the story about Seaside putting a four-way stop sign at 12th and Wahanna. ("Seaside works to slow Wahanna speeders," The Daily Astorian, Aug. 9). What makes the city think that putting a stop sign here is going to help?

The people and tourists of Seaside don't stop at the stop signs throughout the city as it is. And, seeing as I hardly ever see a police vehicle running radar throughout the city, how does the city expect to enforce the law?

If you spend a day at the intersection of Broadway and Wahanna Road, you would be amazed at how many people do not come to a full and complete stop before proceeding. I have a feeling that this will be the same at 12th Street and Wahanna.