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Williamson County C4L goes after Round Rock Ticket Cameras

 

Williamson County C4L goes after Round Rock Ticket Cameras

Williamson County Campaign For Liberty is urging residents to contact Round Rock city council and mayor to turn off the dangerous and unconstitutional red light cameras. Texas C4L recently exposed the fact that injuries and fatalities have increased at Round Rock camera locations and the city continues to write a fat monthly check to the foreign red light camera company that is embroiled in a federal corruption investigation for bribing city officials. Instead of taking to the airwaves to announce Round Rock will get rid of their mistake, mayor McGraw chose to stand behind the increasing accidents and bribery scandal. Williamson county C4L urges all members to contact the city and urge them to do the right thing and end the red light camera program in Round Rock. Contact information below.

Mayor Alan McGraw:
(512) 218-5400
mayormcgraw@roundrocktexas.gov

Round Rock City Council:
(512) 218-5410
citycouncil@roundrocktexas.gov

Individual council members:

Craig Morgan (Place 1):
craigmorgan@roundrocktexas.gov

George White (Place 2):
georgewhite@roundrocktexas.gov

Joe Clifford (Place 3):
joeclifford@roundrocktexas.gov

Will Peckham (Place 4):
willpeckham@roundrocktexas.gov

John Moman (Place 5):
johnmoman@roundrocktexas.gov

Kris Whitfield (Place 6):
kriswhitfield@roundrocktexas.gov


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