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Old 11-16-2010, 08:49 PM
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New Mayor Monty Millard has stated that he is committed to removing all the electronic traffic enforcement devices from Red Bank.

Outgoing Mayor Joe Glasscock, who continually thumbed his nose at the citizens of Red Bank, again stated that he believed that the cameras "saved lives" (and brought a lot of money into the Red Bank coffers).

Joe, I don't know how many lives those cameras saved, but I do know it cost you your job (I was one who voted against you). At one of the commission meetings you asked a resident who stood before the board in opposition to those cameras if they had bought gas recently. When they replied yes you responded well you were on camera there too. Joe, the failure with your thesis is that no one has ever got a bill in the mail from an Exxon station.
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