Is the clock ticking for Cleveland's traffic cameras?


CLEVELAND -- Cleveland voters will decide this November whether to keep or pull the plug on 54 cameras now eyeballing drivers around the city.

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Clevelanders, whatever your feelings on the (any)issue, just vote.
Our politicians would never propose such a vote in NW Ohio, it would take the effort, time and money of a private citizen to spearhead that ballot issue. Yet if it were on the ballot, I would certainly vote to do away with the cameras.

The Ohio Supreme Court is currently considering a similar topic. I wonder if the Cleveland vote is a safety net in the event of a decision making process gone awry, the OSC finds the camera's constitutional.