City OKs red-light cameras

City OKs red-light cameras

There are 1 comment on the story from Jan 23, 2008, titled City OKs red-light cameras. In it, reports that:

“That's probably going to have to come from Potter (County) and Randall County to approve.”

Amarillo city commissioners approved installing red-light cameras at five intersections Tuesday after debating whether the cameras will increase rear-end vehicle collisions for a period of time. via

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#1 Jan 24, 2008
If it will generate revenue, government will go for it. Try getting the cops to go after a thief. Since thieves generally speaking cannot pay significant fines, they are not vigorously persued. People on the way to work and back have a steady income to pay traffic fines with. The government is not stupid ,just greedy.
**** If kids/teenagers want to be heros ,instead of shooting up peoples property with pellet and paintball guns, they should target these cameras. I bet noone would call you in for that.

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