Northampton Mayor said Thursday he would veto a controversial ordinance that would ban security cameras NORTHAMPTON - Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz said this week that he would veto a controversial City Council ordinance that would limit the use of municipally operated security cameras in the city's downtown business district, according to the Daily Hampshire Gazette. The ordinance, which would ban the use of police cameras and other surveillance equipment for longer than a period of one day, was introduced in September after the Northampton Police Department proposed installing new security cameras in the city's downtown. The Mayor had earlier mentioned that he might veto the legislation should it pass, and...
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Northampton Mayor David Narkewicz says he will veto City Council's ordinance limiting security cameras in city, should it pass