Boca Raton may become the first city in southern Palm Beach County to install red-light traffic-enforcement cameras.<quoted text>
what are you talking about?! what cities actually bought the cameras? as i clearly stated, they are run by private firms that paid for the whole system and installation.what cities installed and ran the system by themselves? what cities were you referring to in your statement?
The City Council voted 3-2 on Tuesday to approve a contract with American Traffic Solutions, LLC to install and operate the cameras, with Council Members Susan Haynie and Anthony Majhess dissenting.
The city will pay $600,000 a year for eight cameras at five of its busiest intersections within 90 days, Assistant City Manager Mike Woika said.
Boca Raton expects to make $800,000 a year from the cameras.
All cities must approve the installation of these cameras; not all of them have.