Resolution Number 33 | Session 2022-2023
Study for Implementing an Emergency Vehicle Preemption System
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that this Honorable Board of Aldermen supports a comprehensive study of the cost and timing for implementing an Emergency Vehicle Preemption system as part of the City's smart city infrastructure development efforts and requests that the Department of Public Safety initiate such a study as soon as possible.
Latest resolution text:
- Introduced (59.27 KB PDF)
Sponsor: Primary Sponsors: Joseph Vaccaro
Latest Activity: Second Reading
Sharon Tyus, Carol Howard, Brandon Bosley, Pam Boyd, Dwinderlin Evans, Anne Schweitzer, Tina (Sweet-T) Pihl
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Resolution text was introduced (59.27 KB PDF).
The resolution was referred to committee.05/26/2022
The resolution was assigned to the Streets, Traffic and Refuse Committee.06/08/2022
The resolution was passed with a recommendation of do pass during the Streets, Traffic and Refuse Committee.06/10/2022
The resolution was passed.
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