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Saratoga Springs bar scene to get police cameras

Council OKs $53K for better security

Camera locations proposed in a contract with the city that was considered at the Tuesday night meeting of the City Council.
Camera locations proposed in a contract with the city that was considered at the Tuesday night meeting of the City Council.
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Six digital surveillance cameras will be installed in the downtown area including Caroline Street and Broadway at a cost of $53,000, after approval Tuesday by the City Council. City Public Safety Commissioner Chris Mathiesen said the Police Department has been studying the installation of surveillance cameras for some time. “We won’t have a person sitting in front of a monitor 24 hours a day,” Mathiesen said at Tuesday’s council meeting. The cameras, however, will record ...


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