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Thursday, April 08, 2010

Columbia OKs surveillance cameras

Voters in Columbia have passed a measure to put surveillance cameras in the city's downtown area, though it failed in the ward that covers most of the downtown. A grass-roots group pushed for the cameras after a local coach was mugged. It's still not clear how much the cameras will cost or how many will be installed.


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