Red-Light-Camera Ban in St. Charles C...

Red-Light-Camera Ban in St. Charles County May Be Up to Voters

There are 4 comments on the River Front Times story from Apr 28, 2014, titled Red-Light-Camera Ban in St. Charles County May Be Up to Voters. In it, River Front Times reports that:

If a vote in the St. Charles County Council chambers goes the way it's expected to tonight, residents will get to decide for themselves whether to ban red-light cameras in the county.

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Brandy Pedersen

Saint Peters, MO

#1 Apr 29, 2014
Please be at the next meeting in St Charles, May, 12 or "DONT BELLY ACHE" about red light camera's. We need you to show up and let the council know you don't want them!!!!

Saint Charles, MO

#2 May 14, 2014
After the politicians have shuffled THEIR SAFETY ISSUE around & around they finally have been forced by LAW to let the uninformed voters have there say .The Safety Health & Welfare issue has AGAIN been proven to be the Money Money & Money Grab Issue . When will AMERICA WAKE UP & learn how to live & survive with out HELP , remember after 21 you are suppose to be an ADULT with a BRAIN ?
st charles

United States

#3 Jul 17, 2014
It was never about safety.It was about MONEY.
st peters resident

Saint Peters, MO

#4 Dec 26, 2014
Since its inception, red light cameras have been linked to scandal. Once again, St. Peters, shrouded in secrecy, has poured gasoline on this scandalous fire. I am appalled that my tax dollars are being misused to blatantly defy the majority consensus of residents. First, wasting money at this point is futile since the MO Supreme Court will decide the constitutionality of red light cameras. If the Supreme Court rules the cameras are unconstitutional, the St. Peters lawsuit will be moot and dismissed. Second, any lawsuit will be followed by an appeal (either by the city or its residents). This entire lawsuit will eventually cost upwards of six figures - a fantastic use of tax dollars. It would be less expensive, transparent, and removed of scandal if a separate ballot measure for St. Peters residents alone were to appear on a future ballot.
Everyone must remember, if elected officials defy their constituents wishes, VOTE them out and take a more proactive approach to your city.

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