"Vice Mayor Monty Millard provided the lone dissenting voice in that vote. 'I’m all about safety, but we’ve gotten nothing but negative publicity about this,' he said at the time." Glad we have a politician more concerned with "negative publicity" than public safety. Sad to see someone in power cower to a vocal minority and vote against something that could have such a positive impact on the safety of our streets, like the cameras.
Having the cameras actually makes me want to go to Red Bank more. I know my kids will be safer in the car with me bc people aren't driving like maniacs.
"The far bigger issue here is what roles are being modeled by too many famous men behaving badly. What lessons are being learned?"
Thank you for coming right out and stating that this is a problem! I can only hope some children will learn that this is unacceptable.
This bill seems extremely fair. I think the cameras do a great job of cutting down on dangerous behavior. These restrictions will do a great deal to ease the fears of some people in the community. I'm especially glad that the moratorium would be lifted if this passes, we need every available resource to make our streets safer.