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Jack Laguna, Dana Point

With all that our law enforcement is expected to do, I can’t say they should spend more time chasing speeding cars. The sad result is that our wonderful wide roads have been turned into speed tracks where going the speed limit will put you in mortal danger.

My attitude is if you break the law, you deserve the penalty, and if a camera can catch you, so much the better.

Every intersection and section of roadway that is prone to speeding should be checked by cameras. Let’s bring back some respect for our community and its laws.

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  • Amen, I cannot believe how fast drivers speed down Golden Lantern. They constantly blow red lights at Stonehill and Selva. A driver at Selva and Golden Lantern was killed by someone running a red light and speeding in an Escalade.

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