Red-light cameras shut off in Geneva
Geneva’s two red-light cameras are being shut down today, ending a program that has been in place for three years.
Geneva Mayor Kevin Burns and Julie Nash, Geneva police patrol operations commander, say the cameras were a success. They said the cameras reduced accidents, and their installation never was about generating revenue. Others, including Bob McQuillan, Burns’ opponent in the Geneva mayoral race, disagree.
Geneva’s two red-light cameras at Randall Road and Fargo Boulevard and Randall Road and Williamsburg Avenue were to be officially deactivated at 12:01 a.m. after the three-year county permit for them expired. The cameras had been in place since March 9, 2010. Randall Road is a county-controlled road.
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