Posted on July 12, 2010 at 9:23 PM
Sunday, Jul 18 at 9:27 AM
(KMOV) – A speed camera in Charlack is the center of a growing controversy about whether or not individual communities should use them.
The camera, located on I-170, operates in the daytime and is taken down in the evening.
Tickets are issued in the mail and cost about $100.
Some authorities say individual communities should not be allowed to use speed cameras.
Charlack’s police chief defends the camera, saying it’s a well-known program.
Others say the camera is just a money grab.
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