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Prince George’s hearing on speed cameras

The Prince George’s County Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday for residents to give comments on potential locations for speed cameras.

Anyone who wishes to testify should register with the Office of the Clerk of the Council at 301-952-3600.

The public hearing will be held at 1:30 p.m. at the County Administration Building.

The proposed sites include locations where the county Department of Public Works and Transportation and the police department have received numerous complaints, according to a letter from County Executive Rushern L. Baker III to Council Chairman Ingrid M. Turner (D-Bowie).

The County Council approved legislation in Nov. 2009 to authorize the use of speed cameras in the county, but it never moved forward with the plan.

The list of is available on the County Council’s Web site at

Ovetta Wiggins covers Maryland state politics in Annapolis.



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