Zachary Council votes not to end Redflex contract
After a confusing debate over the Redflex Photo Enforcement contract with the City of Zachary, three city councilmen voted not to end the Redflex contract when it expires.
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#1 Sep 19, 2013
Thank you David Amrhein (Mayor), Brandon Noel and John Coghlan (council) for having the good sense to stop this foolish agreement with this money sucking agreement hurting a lot of people. The unit would be located in spots, like Old Baker Road or the four lane part of highway 19 where people may be going a little fast but most were probably not at speeds considered dangerous by a rational person. If you took out the portion that was being sent out of city the amount would have been about right. Zachary could easily afford to have these units built and serviced here locally which would help the citizens and provide protection for people who could ask for the unit In their neighborhood when needed. People will remember how each one of you voted on this when the next election comes around and again, Thank you very much for serving the citizens properly and I wish the others would think a little deeper and try a lot harder.
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