Fiber-Optic Conduits Open Possibility for Surveillance Cameras

The Decatur Herald & Review reported:

As changes to the downtown area of Decatur continue, the city council has approved laying the groundwork for a major change: The possibility of surveillance cameras in that area.

As part of a recent agreement, the council approved the installation of fiber optic conduits throughout the downtown area that could be used to hook up surveillance cameras. Assistant City Manager Billy Tyus said no concrete plans have been made to install such cameras, but the agreement opens up the possibility.

Click here to read the full article in the the Decatur Herald & Review.

Tags: Decatur, fiber optic, police, surveillance cameras, traffic

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