A St. Joseph man isn`t very happy with drivers speeding by his home. Walter Hendrix lives on Mason Road and he`s tired of seeing drivers speed past his home. He fears that sooner than later a bad accident could happen. With summer time getting closer the park and pool will soon be filled with children. After taking action the Missouri Department of Transportation enforced another thirty-five mile per hour speed limit sign but Hendrix complains police haven`t been around to enforce it. "I went up to the police department to talk to them about it and they wouldnt talk to me...they kept me sittin in the lobby and then finally told me to go home," Hendrix says. "I`m sorry he didn`t get to talk to anybody that day but we will get down there and we will do some enforcement," says Officer Richard Bradley with the St. Joseph Police Department. Officer Bradley encourages anyone with concerns about speeding traffic in their neighborhood to call the traffic unit at 271-5359.