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Mayor Jackson says there's a good reason traffic cameras should stay

CLEVELAND- Days before Cleveland voters decide whether to ban traffic cameras in the city, Mayor Frank Jackson is speaking out about why he feels the 64 speed and red light cameras should stay. 49 more words

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Cleveland enlists help to keep its traffic cameras

CLEVELAND (AP) – Officials are enlisting the help of a popular mayor, governor and longtime U.S. senator to help defeat a ballot issue that would outlaw the use of speed and red-light cameras in the city. 409 more words

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LOCAL NEWS: New Locations For Cleveland Traffic Cameras

The following will be active locations for the city’s Portable Camera Units (PCUs) beginning Monday, October 20, 2014. Legislation passed in May, 2013  increased the number of fixed camera sites from 24 to 49 and increased portable sites from 6 to 15.  71 more words

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PCU (Portable Camera Unit) Locations 10/20/2014 – 11/07/2014

The following will be active locations for the city’s Portable Camera Units (PCUs) beginning Monday, October 20, 2014. These locations will be active from October 20 to November 7, 2014. 62 more words

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Red light cameras: What your vote means for Issue 35

CLEVELAND — Demonstrators are not slowing down when it comes to protesting Cleveland’s speed and red light cameras.

Many drivers honked in support as they went through the intersection of East 40th Street and Prospect Avenue in Cleveland during rush hour Monday evening. 357 more words

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LOCAL NEWS: Campaigns For And Against Traffic Cams Ramp Up

In three weeks, Cleveland voters will decide whether to keep or unplug the city’s traffic camera program involving both red light and speed cameras.

Those who want to scrap them held a rush-hour rally Tuesday to make their case that the cameras are little more than moneymaking speed traps. 92 more words

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LOCAL NEWS: Campaigns For And Against Traffic Cams Ramp Up

In three weeks, Cleveland voters will decide whether to keep or unplug the city’s traffic camera program involving both red light and speed cameras.

Those who want to scrap them held a rush-hour rally Tuesday to make their case that the cameras are little more than moneymaking speed traps. 92 more words

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