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Letter: Speed-cam haters can't complain later

Connie Wiermann of Franklin Square rallies to end

Connie Wiermann of Franklin Square rallies to end school zone speed cameras outside the Theodore Roosevelt Executive and Legislative Building in Mineola on Sunday, Nov. 16, 2014. Credit: Barry Sloan

Speed limits in school zones have existed for years ["What to do now about speed cams?," Letters, Jan. 5]. After Nassau County found a way to enforce them with cameras, everyone was in an uproar.

If you were one of the unfortunate ones to receive multiple tickets, shame on you. It shouldn't matter why cameras were installed, money or safety. The laws did not change, only the manner of enforcement.

Now please remain silent when the county cuts services and raises taxes to make up for the shortfall.

Raymond Moran, Massapequa Park