March 16 -- The city's red-light cameras are just decoys now, unplugged since 2013, but commissioners took a big step Wednesday night to turn them back on.
After debating for about an hour, the commission voted 4-1 to solicit bids for a company to run the system, but with several significant modifications from the program that ran from 2010 through 2013. The city has dormant cameras at 22 intersections but would operate only eight under the proposal, as a cost-saving measure. When infractions drop at an intersection as drivers modify their behavior, the camera would be moved to another intersection.
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