“We continue to have a lot of problems related to the golf carts,” explained Lt. Kenneth Hofmann. “We want to ensure the safety of the residents and the visitors who are operating golf carts."
"From dark until dawn, anytime you would need to be operating headlights to be able to see, those golf carts are going to need to be off the road,” Lt. Hofmann said.
"A lot of the accidents that we see related to golf carts, frequently will involve children behind the wheel of those,” said Lt. Hofmann.
"I think that it's really looking out for anyone's safety,” said Tammy Elkins.
"They need to take control,” said Elkins. “If you're going to have rules, and if you're going to enforce them, you've got to be able to really enforce the, and the only way to enforce them is to be able to affect their pocketbook by giving someone a ticket."