LANCASTER, N.Y. -- Over the summer, crews repaved Lake Avenue in the Village of Lancaster, and then the village had it re-striped.
However, neighbors and a Village trustee say the new location of the double yellow line puts some drivers right in the path of oncoming traffic.
"It interferes with the flow of traffic. It's just a danger because it confuses people. They're crossing the double yellow line," said Lake Avenue resident Gregory Pontillo.
Pontillo has lived on Lake Avenue for about 20 years.
The stripes were offset to accommodate parking for as long as he's lived there until this summer when the road was repaved and the stripes were re-painted.