Pro-Surveillance Mayor May Thwart City Council's Plan to Axe Red Light Cameras in Riverside, CA

The city of Riverside, CA is voting to end their red-light camera program on Tuesday July 8 City Council meeting, but the pro-camera Mayor Rusty Bailey (pictured at left) may use his veto to override the council members votes. Contact him now and let your thoughts about these big-brother revenue cameras be heard.
Bailey, a West Point grad and former FedGov employee, has been an adamant defender of the cams despite resident complaints. Bailey defended the high fines in 2012 saying they "help the police" and that "there's payment plan available" to help people pay the nearly $600 fines. A typical serial government-employee hack, Bailey burdens residents with outrageous fees while claiming on his website that "I am committed to making Riverside a safer, healthier, and more prosperous place to live, work, go to school, and raise a family."
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