Bradenton officials are ready to renew discussions on whether to return red-light cameras to city intersections after terminating the program in August 2016. Bradenton Police Chief Melanie Bevan will present data identifying the city’s most-dangerous intersections.
Bradenton officials are ready to renew discussions on whether to return red-light cameras to city intersections after terminating the program in August 2016. Bradenton Police Chief Melanie Bevan will present data identifying the city’s most-dangerous intersections. Tiffany Tompkins Herald file photo
Bradenton officials are ready to renew discussions on whether to return red-light cameras to city intersections after terminating the program in August 2016. Bradenton Police Chief Melanie Bevan will present data identifying the city’s most-dangerous intersections. Tiffany Tompkins Herald file photo

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