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ST. ALBANS, Vt.

Video cameras approved for Vermont city park

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In an effort to fight crime, the St. Albans City Council approved three new video surveillance cameras for Taylor Park at a cost of $5,600, plus $120 per month for a fiber optic feed to the Police Department. Cameras are in place in Houghton Park, the courthouse parking lot, and at the city pool. Police Chief Gary Taylor said the cameras have made a difference in the courthouse parking lot, once a site for drug deals, according to the St. Albans Messenger.

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