Ohio House bill kills use of traffic cameras in Perrysburg Township

As of July 3, traffic cameras are clicking off in Perrysburg Township and may disappear in the rest of the state as well. The Perrysburg Township Trustees heard an update on the cameras, which have been in use since March, at Wednesday’s meeting. “There would be no reason to operate this program after July 2,” said township administrator Walter Celley, township administrator. “The short story is this program will be over under this law. It will have made it financially untenable.” The cameras are used to catch vehicle speeding violations in the township. Police officer hand-held traffic law photo-monitoring devices have not been outlawed, but the state made their use more costly