trustees have come to the conclusion that they are better off without cameras in their village.
This movement towards removing these red light cameras is a relatively new development. Last year Schaumburg removed their red light camera because they feared that it would adversely affect shoppers coming to their Village to shop at Woodfield Mall. Elk Grove is moving towards getting rid of all their cameras because they feel that they are serving their purpose and now Lombard is removing their cameras because they simply are not working. The common underlying sentiment is that voters clearly dislike red light cameras in their communities. Our elected public officials are starting to sense the public's dislike and are responding by removing cameras for a variety of reasons. We need to continue to make sure that our voices get heard.
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