AURORA, Colo. (CBS4)– Voters in Aurora will get to decide whether to keep red light cameras at intersections.

This November, voters will cast their ballots on the measure. Aurora City Council members approved the wording for the ballot question at Monday night’s meeting.

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There are currently red light cameras at 10 intersections in the city. If voters agree to keep them, more could be added.

  1. James Walker says:

    So far, red light and/or speed cameras have lost 36 of 40 public votes – and voters in one of the four wins were financially blackmailed by the city to vote to keep them. Voters in Aurora need to turn up at the polls and vote the cameras out of the city forever.
    James C. Walker, National Motorists Association