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Conaway and speed cameras

I'm confused by the rationale behind Councilwoman Belinda Conaway's recent comments advocating the removal of speed cameras in Baltimore City.

She states that the cameras should be removed so we can concentrate on "quality of life issues." But speed cameras are not only a quality of life issue but a public safety issue with life and death consequences.

Maybe if Ms. Conaway spent less time in Randallstown, and more time in the district she was elected to serve, she would come to the same conclusion.

Robert Paul, Baltimore

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
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