Dover mayor proposes downtown cameras

April 23, 2009 4:43:06 AM PDT
Dover's mayor is proposing installing up to a half dozen cameras downtown to boost security. Mayor Carleton Carey says if people feel safer in the downtown area, more people may come to Dover to spend their money.

Cameras would be placed in western downtown on State Street, Governors Avenue and in the center of the city on Lockerman Street.

Local businesses said they like the idea of having more security.

Carey says the cameras would cost over $100,000, but funding for the project has not been secured yet.


Information from: WBOC-TV

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