Depending on what they decide Tuesday, the Naperville City Council could give motorists a break on the number of possible red-light camera tickets they might get. The council is set to receive a report from the Naperville Police on whether to continue enforcing right turns on red.
On the one hand, drivers won't have to sweat out a possible fine if they turn on red but don't stop before the white line. On the other hand, those tickets make up a big part of the revenue generated by the red-light cameras. The city stands to lose about $600,000 this year alone with the change in effect Read the full story here.
Now what are your thoughts? Are the cameras worth it? Mediator talking: I know this issue has come up before but now's the chance to sound off before the City Council makes it's decision. There's two days to try to sway the decision your way.
UPDATE: Red light camera tickets for right turn on red lights now won't be enforced by Naperville Police. Read what the council did. note there is an exception at an intersection where such turns are illegal already.