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Lafayette Files Suit Against Nonpaying Traffic Violators

As of last May, there were more than 11,900 unpaid parking tickets, and the city is trying to recover more than $3 million in unpaid traffic-camera violations.

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Lafayette City-Parish Council Votes To Amend RedFlex Contract

The Lafayette City-Council has voted to amend its contract with Redflex ahead of the planned amnesty period and subsequent pursuit of citizens with unpaid fines.

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Lafayette Council Passes Don Bertrand Resolution, RedFlex Amnesty Period

The rights of landowners versus the perceived benefits to the public took center stage Tuesday night as Lafayette City-Parish council members gathered for their regularly scheduled meeting.

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Lafayette Ticket Amnesty Up For Consideration Again

Most people owe only between $125 and $300 dollars.

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Lafayette Council To Consider Another Ordinance About Camera Fines

Under Lafayette's current contract with Redflex, the entire burden of collecting the money falls to Lafayette.

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Lafayette City-Parish Council Votes To Defer Red Light Amnesty Ordinance

While council members could have voted on the ordinance tonight, they chose to defer on a decision pending the outcome of a proposed amendment to the RedFlex contract which would ask the red light program company to pay for 40 percent of collections fees in exchange for 40 percent of base fines and late fees.

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Crashes At Lafayette Red Light Camera Intersections Continue To Decline, According To Report

Right angle crashes at these intersections are down 43 percent since the start of the program, according to the report, while rear end crashes are down 80 percent.

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Red Light Cameras Stay – Here Comes The Controversy

The Council voted and decided that the cameras are going to stay.  The vote to get rid of them was 6-3 against.  But then, something else happened that is sure to raise more than a few eyebrows.

The City-Parish Council voted to continue the contract and add four

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Red Light Cameras – Are They Disappearing or Aren’t They?

The news came out the other day.  The City-Parish Council has decided to forward a resolution to end the program for red light cameras.  They also forwarded a resolution to add more cameras to the

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Red Light Cameras – Time To Say No

They may help slow people down, but at what cost?

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Lafayette Council Chairman Jared Bellard Talks Red Light Cameras

Non-binding resolution gives City Parish President Joey Durel go ahead to talk with RedFlex.

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Lafayette Speed Cameras Could Possibly Go Away

If a new contract isn't approved by the Lafayette City-Parish council by June, the cameras will be gone.

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