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Sioux City has filed a lawsuit seeking to block the state Department of Transportation’s new rules limiting traffic enforcement cameras.

Assistant City attorney Justin Vondrak filed the judicial review action in Woodbury County District Court and says the viagra info DOT regulations make it almost impossible for the city to use speed cameras along Interstate 29 within the city limits:


OC…..the city’s jurisdiction. :21

The suit asks a judge to stop the rules or at least put them on levitra tablets sale hold until the litigation is resolved and maintains that the rules are too broad.

The DOT rules took effect February 12th, though agency director Paul Trombino says cities don’t have to immediately remove cameras.

Vondrak says the city is still using the cameras under the purchase cialis 5 mg new regulations:


OC….. THEY HAVE DONE. :17

Vondrak says red light cameras are also still being used at various intersections in the city.

Under the new rules, local agencies must prove to the DOT that the cameras are targeting “high-crash or high-risk locations,” and they must justify renewal every year.

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A detention hearing has been scheduled Aug. 4 for a 44-year-old Akron man held as a material witness in the deaths of his elderly parents. Jonathan Neunaber has been held since [...]