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The City Council on Tuesday approved 10 more red light cameras to Palm Coast intersections.
City Councilman Jason DeLorenzo was the lone member against the cameras.
At the July 31 workshop, the City Council agreed to add nine new cameras under its contract agreement with American Traffic Solutions.
An additional camera was added at Tuesday night’s regular meeting.
The 10 camera locations are as follows:
State Road 100 and Interstate 95 southbound off-ramp (camera facing eastbound)
State Road 100 and Interstate 95 northbound off-ramp (camera facing westbound)
Belle Terre Parkway and Cypress Point Parkway (camera facing northbound)
Belle Terre Parkway and State Road 100 (camera facing southbound)
State Road 100 and Memorial Medical Parkway (camera facing eastbound)
State Road 100 and Memorial Medical Parkway (camera facing westbound)
State Road 100 and Seminole Woods Parkway (camera facing westbound)
Palm Coast Parkway Southwest and Pine Cone Drive (camera facing eastbound)
Palm Coast Parkway and Interstate 95 southbound off-ramp (camera facing westbound)
Palm Coast Parkway Southwest and Clubhouse Boulevard (camera facing westbound)
For previous coverage of red light cameras, click here.
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- Just wait 'til people start sueing them. They pulled them out of NC because of losing so much money to lawsuits. A lot of people in Palm Coast are retired and have nothing better to do.
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