Council President Salvatore said he wants to analyze every aspect of the new speed cameras.
Speaker Mattiello says he wants to lower the fine and require more warning to drivers.
The city is now issuing an average of 387 speeding tickets per day.
One councilman is raising concern about officers being pulled off the streets.
“You can call it school safety, but it’s a money grab,” Republican Rep. Anthony Giarrusso said.
Caprio said certain tickets were “inadequate” because they didn’t properly identify the speed limit in school zones.
The group is asking for more signage and an outreach campaign to explain the new cameras.
But Public Safety Commissioner Steve Pare says the cameras are “dead-on accurate.”
The city has already charged speeders more than $1 million.
If a vehicle is going 10 or more miles over the speed limit, a violation will automatically be issued, but must then be verified by an offic…
The city has approval to add up to 15 cameras, but they are only in five locations right now.