A small (around 20) but engaged group of residents met with Brentwood Police Wednesday night at the Recreation Center to talk about speeding and traffic problems. Police Chief Dan Fitzgerald invited residents to the meeting after receiving an increased number of complaints about cars speeding in neighborhoods. While residents want police intervention, they agreed that reworking traffic patterns and educating neighbors may yield the best results. “It’s the world we live in now days,” Fitzgerald said. “Everyone wants to get where they’re going in 1.6 seconds.” In addition to a perceived increase in cars speeding on residential streets, residents also voiced concerns about increased volume on neighborhood streets and the disregard for stop signs posing a safety hazard for children walking to school and people walking their dogs.