Far North Edith enclave resident Phil Montoya, who has lived in the neighborhood abutting Sandia pueblo for nearly 60 years, said there were signs marking the pueblo section of Edith decades ago. But he said fire and EMS officials responding to emergencies on the other side of the signs, in county territory, would stop at the markers.
“So some of the neighbors tore the signs down,” Montoya said.
The signs returned about a year ago, prompting concern among residents.
But neighbors say that police and EMS continue to make it to the neighborhood, as do Sandia police, who sometimes write tickets along the Sandia section of the road.