If you're thinking about driving a golf cart on village streets or public property within Milan, you might want to think twice.
Village council on Wednesday voted unanimously to accept the recommendation of council's safety committee to forbid the carts' use in those areas.
Council member Mary Basterash said police chief Bob Meister has spoken to several individuals who've operated the carts on public streets and property and they said they wouldn't do it again.
"It's in the concern of public safety," Mayor Steve Rockwell said.
"This has come up before council a number of times," council member John Fox added.
Basterash said council may want to come up with an ordinance "that has some teeth in it" forbidding the carts use in public property in Milan and on its streets.
See complete story in Saturday's Norwalk Reflector.