“Not particularly. It’s no big deal to me, I don’t observe that that much, so I don’t have a definite opinion on it, for that reason. So I don’t know what the results have been about that. If there have been bad results, I wouldn’t be for it. But if it’s not hurting anything and it’s not interfering with other people, that’s the main thing for me.”

David Scarbrough, Mount Vernon

“Well, I say yes, because we have horse and buggies, we have bicycles. We have all those things, so I guess my answer would be yes.”

Larry Laymon, Mount Vernon

“I don’t know, because it depends on what streets. If you want to be on Coshocton Avenue, absolutely not, but if you want to be on any of the little side roads, I don’t think it would hurt anything. There’s not a lot of traffic on the side roads and it’s more dangerous if you have more traffic.”

Jackie Cline, Mount Vernon

“If they’re street worthy — you know, with turn signals and all that stuff. (They should) if they allow bicycles. As long as they obey all traffic laws.”

Dave Messerly, Mount Vernon

“Yes, if they don’t get out of hand. And, if the drivers have a driver’s license. And, the golf cart has good brakes, etc. Well, if someone isn’t capable of owning a car, and doesn’t go very far, they would have an opportunity to get around a little on their own.”

Dixie Wallace, Mount Vernon

“I don’t know, that’s a hard one. Probably not on the main roads. I just think around here there’s a lot of traffic going on and stuff, and golf carts can get woven in between all the cars and everything, it’s probably not very safe.”

Alaska Kennon, Heath


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