Narducci to Introduce Resolution Asking the Administration to Redirect Portion of Revenue Generated From Speed Cameras to Go Towards School Safety Initiatives

Mar 9, 2018 | 0 comments

Providence City Councilman Nicholas  J. Narducci Jr. (Ward 4), will be introducing a resolution at the March 15 City Council meeting asking the City to redirect a portion of the revenue generated from the 11 Speed Cameras deployed throughout the city to go towards school safety initiatives.

“I’m supportive of the City’s installation of the speed cameras,” stated Senior Deputy Majority Leader Nicholas J. Narducci Jr. “Yet, I want us to ensure that we are being thoughtful about proper signage and ensuring that the tickets are not overly burdensome for our constituents. With that said, these cameras are placed around our schools, and with the City bringing in over $600K in revenues it would be a great opportunity to redirect some of those funds for school safety initiatives.”

The City plans to install a total of 15 cameras across the city.  Currently, 11 have been deployed, and all are operational.

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