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11/18/2004
Cameras Balance Beaverton Budget
Red light camera program allows Beaverton, Oregon to balance its budget.

Beaverton Police
Camera revenue for Beaverton, Oregon has become one of the biggest revenue items in the city's budget. The photo radar program made nearly half a million dollars this year.

Link: Beaverton Budget

Key Statistic:
The photo radar program generated $495,000 in revenue.

Article Excerpt:
In the general fund, the city had about $283,000 more in revenue than it had predicted. The two largest items were court fines and photo radar fines. The city expected to receive $1.9 million in court fines, but received an additional $111,000. In the photo radar program, the city expected $450,000 in revenue, but got an additional $45,000.
Source: Beaverton sets aside its budget surplus (Oregonian, 11/25/2004)

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