(Woodland) The Dodge County Sheriff’s Office speed enforcement efforts were bolstered by a recent donation. Woodland Fire Rescue gave funds to install two permanent speed signs that have been placed in Woodland, south of Iron Ridge, on County Road WS.
The fire station had discontinued service and there were dollars available that they raised and wanted to make sure it was returned to the community. Sheriff’s officials say these tools will hopefully help alert drivers in the area that the speed limit through Woodland is 25 miles-per-hour and reduce the speed of traffic driving through the town.
They say deputies will continue to enforce the speed limit, something the sheriff had to do as a car drove past at high speeds just after meeting with the Woodland Fire Rescue about their donation.
Pictured from Woodland Fire Rescue with the Sheriff are from left to right: Tony Roethle Warner Lehnert, Sheriff Dale Schmidt, Paul Lehnert, Donny Zimmerman.