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City of Manhattan Beach Holds Public Meeting on Installation of Community Cameras and License Plate Readers

Aug 31, 2016 10:27AM ● By Liz Spear

Community cameras and license plate readers will be the subject of a meeting tonight (Wednesday, August 31) in the Manhattan Beach Police Station Community Room from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Those who attend will have the chance to learn more about the city's proposed project, ask questions, and give feedback. The city envisions installing the community cameras and license plate readers at key entrance and exit points "to enhance public safety," according to a post on the city website.

The Community Room is at  420 15th St., Manhattan Beach. If you plan to attend, you can RSVP here. More information on the project can be found on the City website

In addition, if you are unable to attend the meeting, feedback on the project can be given online via Open City Hall. The topic is titled “Community Cameras and License Plate Readers” and will be available for comment until Friday, Sept. 9, 2016. 

The city says it will use the "information gathered on this topic" "to inform the next steps of our ongoing efforts to keep the community safe and secure."

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