St. Peters aldermen remove ban on penalty points for red-light camera violations

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ST. PETERS, MO. (KTVI) – Violators of St. Peters’ red-light camera law from now on should expect to get penalty points added to their drivers license records.

That’s the upshot of a vote by the Board of Aldermen to remove a city ban on assessment of points in state drivers license records for camera violations, said City Attorney Randy Weber.

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