Collier Co. Commissioners vote to get rid of red-light cameras for good
Red-light cameras will be taken down in Naples. Video by fox4now.comvideo
NAPLES, Fla.- Collier County Commissioners addressed the issue of red-light cameras in Naples again at its meeting on Tuesday.
Commissioner Donna Fiala brought this topic to the board once again. She hoped her fellow commissioners would reconsider.
Back in December, commissioners voted to get rid of the cameras when the county's contract expires with the camera company on Feb. 28th. Commissioner Fiala hoped commissioners would give this a second look and vote to keep the cameras urging it makes roads safer.
Sheriff Kevin Rambosk also spoke at Tuesday's meeting.
The board voted 3 to 1. Commissioner Fred Coyle was not present for the vote.
After the vote, some audience members applauded commissioners' decision.
The cameras will be taken down. Currently, there are cameras at about 19 intersections in Collier County.