With so much talk about the red light cameras in NJ, 13th Legislative District Assemblyman Declan O'Scanlon called into Jim's show this morning to discuss the legislature he is working to amend the rules of the red light pilot program.
I was recently given the heads up on the newly instituted red light camera program in the town of Freehold. Our power was turned off for a short amount of a time a few days ago to allow the technology to be installed. I'm not happy and neither are my neighbors.
If you are one of the many residents in NJ that believe red light cameras need to be done away with in NJ, now is your chance to be heard as Senator Mike Doherty is sponsoring Legislation to ban red light camera ticketing systems in NJ.
If you have recently received a red light ticket we have some information for you. Steve Carellas, the head of the NJ State Chapter Coordinator for the National Motorists Association, requested that we get the following message out to NJ residents who received a red light camera ticket for not stopping for a right on red.
We're still stinging from the red light camera implementation in NJ. Before we're even able to adjust to the frustration of having to live with the red light "scameras" we may have another set of cameras to worry about soon.
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