Could speed cameras make a return to Lima?
The speed cameras were only up for a short time in 2009 but were taken down after public outcry and financial problems with the company that implemented the program.
At Lima City Council tonight, James Leach of Harrod had privilege of the floor and wanted to see the cameras returned for the safety of the kids.
Councilman Sam McLean who originally championed the speed and red light cameras in 2009, didn't believe the camera's would be making a comeback anytime soon.
In other business, council approved by a 6-2 vote paying Michael Epperson 65 hundred dollars as a moral obligation for property damage as a result of a sewer back up into his basement.
Mayor Dave Berger said he did not agree with the ordinance, allowing it to take effect without his signature.
Council also approved a contract with Electro-Mech Scoreboard Company for a new scoreboard for Simmons field.