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Should red-light cameras be removed in Riverside, California?

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The Riverside City Council is facing an upcoming vote that will determine the fate of the system of cameras that take pictures at serveral intersections in town.  When the red-light camera system started in Riverside there were 30 cameras-- already several have been removed-- however the city still has 11 cameras in operation.

The red-light cameras in Riverside are operated by Redflex, a company based in Arizona.

Riverside Council Member Mike Soubirous is a former CHP commander, and he believes the camera system should be removed.  The question: Does the rest of the council agree, or at least a simple majority?

Soubirous will join us LIVE on InstantRiverside.com Talk Radio.  We'll also take calls from listeners, especially people who live in Riverside.  Do you want the red-light cameras to stay or go?

Click here: Watch a video report on how the Redflex red-light cameras work.

 

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