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Longview City Safety Cameras Advisory Vote (November 2012)
The yes vote on this measure advised the City Council to continue the use of automated traffic safety cameras in school zones. A no vote on this measure would have advised the City Council to discontinue the use of safety cameras in school zones. No legislation will come about directly from the approval or rejection of this measure.
|Longview City Prop. 1|
Text of measure
Language on the ballot:
|“||City of Longview Proposition No. 1 Advisory Vote on Continuation of Automated Traffic Safety Cameras in School Zones The City Council of the City of Longview adopted Resolution No. 2023 concerning reaffirmation of the use of automated traffic safety cameras in school zones. This Proposition No. 1 is to consider the continued use of automated traffic safety cameras in school zones only. This proposition is an advisory vote for consideration by the City Council. Should the City of Longview continue with the use of automated traffic safety cameras in school zones?||”|
- Cowlitz County Washington Elections, Voter Guide
- Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.