Thursday January 19, 2017
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Could this happen to Star Valley?
If someone can find a judge similar to the one in this case, there may be some chance of making a case against Star Valley. Personally, I don't have a problem with the cameras. I'll use one of the views often stated by those on the Left regards gun control "If it saves one life, it's worth it!" Talk about throwing it back in their faces. And again, only those that are exceeding the posted speed limit by 11 mph or more get to donate to Star Valley's treasury.
Out of the fines that are collected from speeding in Star Valley, the state gets a cut, the owner of the camera, the county, and the Payson Court. If you aren't speeding you won't get a ticket. Right?
I would like to see them put up in Payson. Some of the streets besides the highway needs them too. I lived in Mesa and Gilbert from 1957 to 1993 and never saw as many traffic laws broken as I have here in Payson since 2000.
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