Murrieta's red light cameras will boost charities
In an effort to convince a skeptical public that the city's red light camera operation isn't a money-making venture, Murrieta officials have pledged to donate any revenue generated to local charities.
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#1 Jan 31, 2011
Seems like a reasonable count-offer to me... wonder if my city also should donate it's red-light profits to charity.
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