So many voices complained that the school-zone cameras were about raising money, not about public safety ["Demise of the cameras," Letters, Dec. 21].
I hated the cameras most of all for how far they moved us toward being a surveillance society, as usual in the name of safety and security.
Isn't anyone else creeped out by this? Does the government of a "free" country really need an electronic eye watching over all of its citizens? What kind of country are we becoming?
Janet King, Glen Cove