MIDDLE TOWNSHIP MOVES FORWARD ON VOTE FOR RED LIGHT CAMERAS

Middle Township PoliceRed light cameras coming to Middle Township are closer to happening following Monday’s committee meeting. The committee there took a vote in favor of getting bids for a professional services agreement on implementing the red light program. As Coastal Broadcasting first reported, the program will not cost the township any money. Police Chief Chris Leusner said two intersections would be included in the initial pilot program, with the possibility to add more in the future. Committeeman Dan Lockwood said he was in favor of the red light cameras because of the data that shows that they cut down on the amount of accidents.

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