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City tables vote on traffic light cameras
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Hinesville City Council still has not decided whether it will approve the installation of red-light cameras at designated intersections throughout the city.
A vote on the matter was expected during Thursday’s meeting, but, following the wishes of absent councilman Charles Frasier, the issue was tabled to ensure each member has a role in the decision.
Leading up to the meeting, Councilman Steve Troha said he supported implementing a red light system, while councilmembers David Anderson and Kenneth Shaw were in opposition to the idea.
Frasier and councilman Jack Shuman said they were awaiting further research on the issue before choosing a side.
The next regular meeting of the Hinesville City Council is set for 1 p.m. June 7.
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