The City of Murfreesboro has newly installed red light cameras. Mayor Shane McFarland commented...
A group known as C.A.P.E. or Murfreesboro Citizens Against Photo Enforcement, is speaking out about red light cameras after an opinion was released by the Tennessee Attorney General. Below is the groups most recent statement:
Red light running is down in the City of Murfreesboro and has been on the decrease since the red light cameras were first installed about 8 years ago.
In a unanimous vote, the Murfreesboro City Council approved a brand new five year red-light camera contract.
Some rumors have been created in recent years about the company turning unpaid tickets over to collection services and suggesting that if a ticket is unpaid, your credit history will be negatively impacted..
Under the proposal, all revenue generated by new red light camera contracts after July 1st, 2015 would go to the Drive to College scholarship. According to a report by The Commercial Appeal...
State Representative Andy Holt says his constituents are sick and tired of being constantly watched by street cameras hoping to make a quick dollar off of them.
The proposed 2014-2015 City of Murfreesboro Budget quietly passed it's first of three votes, under little challenge or scrutiny from the public...
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