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  • Pamela A. Oettel, chief financial/operations officer, Public Communications Inc.

    Pamela A. Oettel, chief financial/operations officer, Public Communications Inc.
    Chicago-based Public Communications Inc. has hired Pamela A. Oettel, 56, as chief financial/operations officer and a principal. Prior to joining PCI, Oettel was an operations leader at Xerox Corporation. Oettel received her M.B.A. from the University of...
  • Former red light camera CEO indicted, federal probe expands

    Former red light camera CEO indicted, federal probe expands
    Chicago's red light camera scandal deepened Wednesday with the federal indictment of a former Redflex Traffic Systems CEO on charges she and a top City Hall manager conspired to rig the camera business for a decade. Karen Finley, one of several...
  • Are Howard County's speed limits too low?

    Are Howard County's speed limits too low?
    Are Howard County's speed limits too low or too high? That's one question some county officials hoped to answer when they reviewed a report of speed camera data from their vendor, Xerox State & Local Solutions. Traffic engineers have attempted for...
  • Get a move on: Local speed limits are too low [Letter]

    Get a move on: Local speed limits are too low [Letter]
    Congratulations to Howard County for trying to figure out sensible speed limits ("Are Howard County's speed limits too low?" Aug. 5). While it's a shame that the company contracted to study the issue messed up, similar studies should be required...
  • City's new speed camera company says it lost money during rocky start

    City's new speed camera company says it lost money during rocky start
    Baltimore's new speed camera company says it took in $18 million in revenue last year — a nearly 10 percent increase from 2011 — but still lost money, thanks in part to a rocky start in the city. In a statement to investors, Brekford Corp....
  • Speed camera bill up for Senate vote

    Speed camera bill up for Senate vote
    The state Senate could vote as soon as Tuesday to bar the state and local governments from paying speed camera contractors based on ticket volume and to require that all automated speeding tickets issued in Maryland give drivers enough information to...
  • Mayor's task force recommends speed camera reforms

    Mayor's task force recommends speed camera reforms
    A task force studying Baltimore's troubled speed camera program will urge the city to increase oversight, change the way camera sites are selected and create a website containing maps and other information of interest to the public, according to draft...
  • Senate passes weakened speed camera bill

    Senate passes weakened speed camera bill
    The Maryland Senate on Monday overwhelmingly passed a weakened speed camera reform bill that would bar local governments from paying vendors based on the volume of citations but wouldn't ensure motorists had enough information to fact-check their...
  • Mayor stayed at lobbyist's beach house

    Mayor stayed at lobbyist's beach house
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake acknowledged Wednesday that she spent Memorial Day weekend at the Delaware beach house of a top lobbyist, Lisa Harris Jones. The mayor defended the excursion as a harmless beach getaway by two close friends and their...
  • City gives no restart date for camera tickets

    City gives no restart date for camera tickets
    Two months after Baltimore stopped issuing tickets from its speed and red light cameras, city officials said Thursday they still don't know when the automated enforcement program will resume. "We want to be able to re-establish the public trust in...
  • Harris Jones, Malone made nearly $150K lobbying city in 2012

    Harris Jones, Malone made nearly $150K lobbying city in 2012
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's close friend Lisa Harris Jones and her husband, Sean Malone, made almost $150,000 last year lobbying the city on behalf of business clients, according to reports filed with Baltimore's ethics board.  The forms show...