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“Temporary” traffic camera still in Yelm months later


Yelm’s traffic camera is located at the intersection of Hwys 510 & 507
The Wolf Building is in the background

Reported here May 22 and June 16, 2012:
“10 signs that the highways of America are being transformed into a high tech prison grid”
“Driving on the highways of America used to be a great joy, but now “Big Brother” is rapidly sucking all of the fun out of it. Eventually, it may get to the point where Americans simply dread having to go out on the highway.

The following are 10 signs that the highways of America are being transformed into a high tech prison grid”
Read more from PressTV.

Editor’s Note:
Mayor Harding said in his newspaper column in the Spring that this camera is “a temporary remedy to a broken sensor in order to keep the flow of traffic moving.”
Did anyone notice that the camera only faces southwest towards Rainier?
Yet the main traffic flow through this intersection is east-west from 510 to 507.
Why isn’t there a traffic flow camera for the major traffic through this light?
Hmmm!

How many months does the City of Yelm need a temporary camera to fix a broken sensor?

Will Yelm’s cameras eventually be wired into the nation’s surveillance grid?
Has “Big brother” arrived in Yelm, thanks to Mayor Harding?

Posted by Steve on August 14, 2012 at 6:19 am | Permalink

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