Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Councilman Sharp Stops Red Light Loophole

Fox4: "Kansas City, Missouri, 6th District councilman John Sharp says that a loophole lets drivers of company and corporate-owned vehicles off the hook when it comes to red-light camera tickets. Now he is pushing to change the ordinance, which he says is costing the city money and letting too many drivers get away with breaking the law."

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Heck, only 94 homicides in KCMO so far this year. Why address serious issues when you can make believe you're doing something by addressing crap like this?
And people are actually talking seriously about local control of the KCPD?

Anonymous said...

The city makes millions off red light cameras - why would they give a sh*t about homicides?

Anonymous said...

Why doesn't the city just hold a car wash down at Cleaver's place and quit using the red light cams as an excuse to milk the public for more money? I swear! You can not wipe your butt in KC in the time it takes to get fleeced.

Anonymous said...

John do like them cameras! Serving his constituents not so much.

Anonymous said...

Why isn't he working to get the stoplights removed from felony freeway?