FORMER WHITE PLAINS RESIDENT SHOCKED, JUST SHOCKED WHITE PLAINS IS ASKING FOR RED LIGHT CAMERAS, BECAUSE HER TOWN IS CONSIDERING REMOVING THEM.

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WPCNR OBSERVATIONS FROM MIDDLE AMERICA. June 7, 2015:

If you have not seen  and heard White Plains Week’s Peter Katz comment on how “Red Light Cameras” are doing across the country on the latest June 5 edition of WHITE PLAINS WEEK, it might interest you that a former resident of White Plains, out of the blue mentioned that her city that has had red light cameras  is  thinking of removing the revenue-producing devices.

Candyce Corcoran moved to Murfreesboro Tennessee 6 years ago. She was shocked when I told her that WP has applied to the state legislature for a home rule decision that would bring in red light cameras as early as next fall for 17 intersections in White Plains.

Ms. Corcoran sent me a link to a story that details Murfreesboro experience with “Red Light Cameras:”

http://www.wsmv.com/story/27320065/murfreesboro-to-consider-removing-red-light-cameras

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