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A Day Later, Speed Cameras Are Operational

Speed cameras in four new locations are put into service after a technical glitch delayed planned start.

What a difference a day makes.

Four new speed camera locations are now operational a day after police said , according to a statement from the Baltimore County Police Department.

The following cameras are now in service:

  • Winand Elementary
  • Loch Raven Academy
  • Seven Oaks Elementary
  • Bais Yaakov

A fifth site located along Harford Road near in Parkville will become operational after the county receives approval from the State Highway Administration.

The devices issue $40 tickets to vehicles photographed exceeding the speed limit  by more than 12 mph in a county school zone. The new cameras, once operational, will issue warnings for the first 30 days.

Earlier this week, the police department also announced that it had selected . Those locations will become active at a later date.

Evets July 18, 2012 at 02:00 PM
Maybe time to stop beating this poor horse?
Evets July 18, 2012 at 02:04 PM
Nah, my attempt at humor was just that, humorous. Lighten up a bit. I could (and have) write volumes about what has happened to our sense of community, but this is not he time or place...
Steve Redmer July 18, 2012 at 02:41 PM
I thought it was clever Evets lol! and Andy, I disagree with what you said about "Hyper-Individualism"...Individualism is not the problem, it is the increasing Collectivism that I notice that is destroying the Community...I constantly see groups of people trying, and many time successfully, to force their views and desires on others for the "Common Good"...
Tracey July 20, 2012 at 12:22 AM
don't worry, they are doing their due diligence over on Silver Spring. I passed two cop cars lying in wait on my way to pick up the little one at 1pm. Not 5 minutes later on the return trip they had snagged two suckers.
Jim August 07, 2012 at 02:13 AM
Tim is probably at home collecting unemployment lol

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