Texas City Ignores Anti-Camera Voter Petition

From the Newspaper

March 10, 2011

Officials in Port Lavaca, Texas decided yesterday that they would ignore an initiative petition calling for the 12,000 residents to decide the fate of the red light cameras in a May election (view petition). Signatures on the petition were certified as valid shortly after being submitted in January and a special city council meeting was scheduled to place the measure on the ballot, but the city decided against holding the vote. The group Port Lavaca Citizens Against Red Light Cameras believes the city is violating the law.

“We complied with all requirements of the city charter regarding charter amendments,” initiative organizer Dwayne Buehring told TheNewspaper. “We turned these in three months ago. Apparently, it was an orchestrated effort on their part to put it off until the last minute so we had no recourse to get it on the May ballot.”
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One response to “Texas City Ignores Anti-Camera Voter Petition

  1. They want to keep the money rolling in…

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