Chief Chrisman Says Red Light Cameras Are All About Safety, Not About Revenue

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At the May 9th meeting of the Murfreesboro city council, in addition to purchasing over $332,000 worth of new equipment for police vehicles such as gun locks, in-car video systems, mobile computers and more, Chief of Police Glenn Chrisman also gave a lengthy presentation on the effectiveness of the red-light camera systems throughout the city, which as WGNS has reported, have been subject to a great deal of recent scrutiny.  The Parks & Recreation Director recommended a near doubling of the charges for the Sunshine Players Dinner Theatre, and detailed bids received for both the pool shell re-plastering and pool heater replacement at Patterson.  And finally, three public hearings were scheduled to rezone land along Joe B. Jackson Parkway, East Main Street, and along Veterans Parkway and Franklin Road.  Those hearings are scheduled for June 6th, along with a public hearing on the budget review.

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