Phoenix to consider more accident-causing red light cameras


Phoenix to be converted into a Photo Fraud Zone! (Picture courtesy of Adam Nollmeyer acmephotography.net)

It’s not getting any cheaper to live in the city of Phoenix. Over the past couple years, residents have seen taxes and fees explode at the same time that jobless rates have done the same thing.

What is the city’s grand idea to improve the standard of living? Install more red light cameras!!

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8 Responses to Phoenix to consider more accident-causing red light cameras

  1. Article from the local rag – http://www.azcentral.com/community/phoenix/articles/2011/06/19/20110619phoenix-red-light-cameras.html

    They’re not worth a link in the article body as far as I’m concerned.

  2. seriously says:

    When CameraFRAUD had balls, you would have protested in front of their office.

    But keep that steam vent of useless, wasted energy open and keep depending on those who created the problem to solve them.

  3. photoradarscam says:

    We also need to start gathering information on the Phoenix Mayor candidates. I have emailed most of them but only Mattox has responded. He is a supporter of the cameras and even claims that Phoenix does not use speed cameras (even though we all know they have scam vans).

  4. Glyph says:

    I like how AZCentral disabled comments on the article. Guess they didn’t get the positive public response they were hoping for.

  5. Glyph says:

    Perhaps I had some browser issues (or maybe AZCentral re-activated the comment section of the article), but the comments on the article are back up.

  6. […] the Phoenix City Council will have its first discussion on the fool’s pursuit of adding more red light cameras under […]

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