Thursday, the Lubbock City Council is set to consider appointments to a new citizens committee to oversee red light cameras.
Lubbock Mayor David Miller says, "From this past legislative session, there is a law that requires cities that have red light cameras to have an oversite committee made up of volunteer citizens. So we're complying with that particular issue."
To comply with state law, the Lubbock City Council must appoint seven people to a Citizen's Photographic Traffic Signal Enforcement Committee. The committee will oversee the red light camera program. Violations however, will still be reviewed by the Lubbock Police Department.
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