• Summary date: Jul 25 2014 - More information

    AN ACT TO MAKE CHANGES TO THE LAW GOVERNING RED LIGHT CAMERAS IN FAYETTEVILLE. Enacted July 25, 2014. Section 2 is effective July 1, 2015. The remainder is effective July 1, 2014.


  • Summary date: Jun 25 2014 - More information

    The House committee substitute to the 1st edition makes the following changes.

    Deletes proposed changes to GS 160A-30.1(c)(5), which added that the clear proceeds from the citation meant the funds remaining after paying for the lease, lease-purchase, or purchase of the traffic control photographic system, paying for system operation, and administrative costs incurred by the city related to system operation.

    Allows Fayetteville and the Cumberland County Board of Education to enter into an interlocal agreement to effectuate the purpose and intent of GS 160A-300.1 and this act. Allows the agreement to include provisions on cost-sharing and reimbursement that the Cumberland County Board of Education and Fayetteville voluntarily agree to, for the purposes of effectuating the statute and this act.

    Adds that the act applies to the Cumberland County Board of Education as well as Fayetteville.

    Makes conforming changes.

  • Summary date: May 20 2014 - More information

    Amends GS 160A-300.1(c) to allow Fayetteville to enter into a contract for the lease, lease-purchase, or purchase of a red light camera system. Allows entering into only one contract, for no more than 60 months. After the contract period expires, the system either becomes Fayetteville's property, or must be removed and returned to the contractor. Specifies that the clear proceeds from citations mean the funds remaining after paying for the lease, lease-purchase, or purchase of the red light camera system; paying for the system's operation; and paying related administrative costs. Effective July 1, 2014.

    Amends GS 160A-300.1(c)(2), as amended, to increase the penalty for violations detected by a red light camera from $75 to $100. Effective July 1, 2015.

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