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City Council to Discuss Red Light Camera Program Updates 3/22/10

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    Walker Evans
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    COLUMBUS CITY COUNCIL MEDIA ALERT

    SAFETY COMMITTEE CONSIDERS UPDATING RED LIGHT CAMERA PROGRAM

    WHO:

    Councilmember Andrew J. Ginther

    Columbus Department of Public Safety

    Columbus Division of Police

    WHEN:

    Monday, March 22, 2010

    5:00 PM

    WHERE:

    City Council Chambers

    City Hall

    90 West Broad Street

    WHAT:

    Columbus City Councilmember Andrew J. Ginther, Chair of the Public Safety Committee, will conduct a public hearing to discuss the future of the City’s “Focus on Safety” red light camera program.

    The City of Columbus currently has 20 red light cameras at various intersections and is considering expanding the program; putting additional cameras at locations which have proven to be dangerous. Public Safety leaders are also working on a plan to better ensure the safety of children at school zones, parks, recreation centers, and community pools.

    Public testimony will be accepted. Those wishing to testify should fill out a speaker slip on the day of the hearing between the hours of 8:00 am – 5:00 pm in the lobby entrance located on the Front Street side of City Hall. Free parking is available in the Gay Street parking lot on the north side of City Hall after 5:00 pm.

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