Subject: Red Light Camera Enforcement at Northbound Newport Blvd.
and 17th St.
of Costa Mesa has operated a red light camera program (photo
enforcement) since June of 2003. Currently,
there are four intersections in the City of Costa Mesa that utilize
this technology: 1) Harbor Blvd./ Adams Ave., 2) Bristol St./ Anton, 3)
Newport Blvd./17th St., 4) Newport Blvd./19th St. The objective of the
red light camera program is to reduce the number of traffic accidents
caused by red light violators and other incidents caused by red light
On February 11th, 2004 the City of Costa Mesa became aware that the
light phase at the signal located at Northbound Newport Blvd at 17th
Street, was shorter than required by State law based upon the posted
speed limit. The yellow light phase had
erroneously been set at 3.6 seconds rather than a minimum of 4.3
seconds. As soon as the City of Costa Mesa
became aware of this error, the City immediately stopped issuing
citations based upon recorded red light violations for that approach to
the intersection. The red light camera
enforcement was operational at this intersection since October 3, 2003
until it was shut down for this one approach to the intersection on
February 11, 2004. There were 579
citations issued during this five month time period involving the
shortened yellow phase at this particular approach. Of this
number, approximately 200 of these citations
have already been paid, approximately 100 of them were dismissed, and
the remainder are still pending.
of Costa Mesa will be contacting the Harbor Justice Center to request
that the red light camera citations for this approach and time period
that have resulted in convictions be reversed and that the unresolved
citations be dismissed. Additionally, the
City of Costa Mesa will be providing refunds of the fines for the red
light camera citations that have already been paid.
yellow phase was reset at this approach of the intersection, the red
light camera enforcement resumed on March 18th, 2004. The yellow
phases for the traffic signals involving
red light camera equipment at all other intersection approaches in the
City of Costa Mesa have been set and operated properly since the
inception of the program.
Lt. Tom Curtis 714-754-5191
Sgt. Dave Andersen 714-754-4963
Costa Mesa Docs Set # 3
LA Times Articles
The first article contained an error. The
Times provided a copy to AP, so it has been sent to papers all over the
world. The incorrect information (that there had been refunds in
Culver City) will be in the rumor mills for a long time.
My corrections and comments are below, in double square brackets [[
Error Slams Traffic Tickets
Costa Mesa has to void hundreds of citations issued to red-light
runners caught on
camera because the yellow signal didn't last the required 4.3 seconds.
By Arlene Martinez, Times Staff Writer
June 12, 2004
Hundreds of drivers have a pleasant surprise coming in the mail from
Costa Mesa: They can forget that old ticket they got for running a red
near Triangle Square.
That's because the yellow light for traffic headed north on Newport
at 17th Street was set to last seven-tenths of a second too short.
As a result, cameras designed to capture red-light violators illegally
slapped citations on 579 motorists over five months, Costa Mesa police
For the 200 drivers who have already paid the fine, a refund will be
issued, and their convictions will be overturned.
The remaining citations will be dismissed.
Drivers had only 3.6 seconds of yellow - rather than 4.3 seconds as
required by law - before having their cars photographed. The amount of
time a light
must remain yellow is determined by the speed limit, which at that
Cameras were installed in October 2003, but the mistake was not
until February, police said.
Officials could not be reached to explain how the mistake was
why it was not announced until June. [[I
hope the Times reporter will eventually be allowed to question those
about the 4-month delay.]]
The incident is at least the third in recent years in which Southern
police departments have had to refund or invalidate traffic violations
caught on camera.
More than 2,000 tickets issued at a Culver City location [[ I
wish it was Culver City! It
was in East LA - see the East LA section on the highwayrobbery.net
Camera Towns page.]]
were invalidated last year after officials realized the cameras started
snapping while the
light was yellow.
And in 2001, a judge in San Diego threw out nearly 300 citations after
ruling there was a conflict of interest: The camera's operators were
based on how many tickets were issued.
The Santa Ana Police Department, which installed cameras at 11
intersections a year ago, hopes to avoid such mistakes.
"We check our intersections twice a month, making sure the signs are up
and that the system is operating [properly]," Sgt. Kevin Brown said.
Craig Steckler, the police chief in the Bay Area city of Fremont and
past president of the California Police Chiefs Assn., said many cities
found the cameras effective.
In Fremont, officers check their 10 monitored intersections regularly
to ensure yellow-phase times are in compliance with state law, Steckler
"We were put on notice after the San Diego case," he said. "It's
inevitable mistakes will be made." [[And Fremont still is
- they forgot to put up enough warning signs, and they were too
small. See the Fremont section on the Camera Towns page.]]
[[On June 17 the Times
published a short article. The following is an excerpt from that
Discovered Traffic Light Was Too Short
By Arlene Martinez, Times Staff Writer
The mistake was discovered in February, but police did not announce it
until last week while the city determined what action to take and
investigate why the error occurred, said Sgt. Dave Andersen.
Andersen said a motorist who received one of the tickets discovered the
Mesa Docs Set # 4
Letter to Court
June 14, 2004
Commissioner James Odriozola
Newport Harbor Justice Center
4601 Jamboree Road
Newport Beach, California 92660
I edit a website about red
On June 11, I received a
release (copy attached) indicating
that the City of Costa Mesa erroneously issued 579 red light camera
and will be coming before the Court with a request to refund or dismiss
I have observed a previous
example of a large-scale refund (May 2003,
East LA, 2700 cases) and
saw that very few of those defendants filed claims, even though many
for compensation for their time spent in Community Service, and/or for
of their costs of traffic school, increased insurance premiums, or
I respectfully suggest that
when the City comes before the
court, you require the City to inform all defendants that they may be
to claim additional compensation, and further require the City to make
easy and convenient for defendants to file such claims.
In my opinion, it should be made just as easy to
file a claim as it is to pay a ticket (i.e., by phone or Internet).
I also suggest that there be a six-month
review, at which time the City shall publicly report upon how many
additional compensations it has
Docs Set # 5
June 10, 2004 press release did not mention refunds for Community
school fees, increased insurance premiums, lost pay, etc.
If you did Community
Service in lieu of paying your fine, you probably will not
receiving a check. You should file a claim with the City
for at least the $326 value of your labor, plus the
Community Service registration fee(s). If you attended traffic
school outside Orange County, experienced
higher insurance premiums as a result of your ticket (and your insurer
will not refund the increase), or lost a day of
should file a claim for that too.
You should contact a lawyer if you lost your job or were not hired
somewhere because of your ticket.
To file a claim, you
can use the
form below, which has been prepared by
highwayrobbery.net. It is the standard claim form Costa Mesa uses
for all claims, with a
lot of the information filled-out for you by highwayrobbery.net (in italic
type). This partly filled-out form was created by
highwayrobbery.net on June 14 (Version 1), updated on the 15th
(Version 2), and updated on July 23 (Version 3). It will be
updated and improved as more information becomes available. Your
thoughts as to how it can be improved, will be appreciated.
Instructions are at the bottom.
THE CITY CLERK
City of Costa Mesa
Post Office Box 1200
Costa Mesa, CA 92628-1200
CLAIMS MUST BE PRESENTED WITHIN 6
MONTHS FROM DATE OF LOSS - With Certain Exceptions - See California
Government Code Sections 910 -
complete both sides of this
form. Type or print using black ink
only. Return the completed form to the
provide correct and complete
information. Insufficient or inaccurate
information on this form may delay processing of your claim.
Name, Address, and Telephone
to which person presenting the claim
desires notices to be sent: Same as
which date did the incident occur that gave
rise to this claim?
time of day did the incident occur?
a police report taken? No
the incident that gave rise to this
claim. Red light camera
ticket number ________________ mistakenly issued at
intersection having 3.6 second yellow instead of 4.3 seconds as
Vehicle Code 21455.7. See the Costa Mesa
police department press release of 6-10-04.
there anything at the location that
caused the incident to occur? Yes
yes, describe the condition that caused
the incident to occur: See
the police department press release of
location in detail where the incident
occurred. Attach a diagram if it applies
to this situation. Attach photographs if
available. Newport Blvd.
at 17th, driving northbound.
there any witness to this incident other
than yourself? Yes [ ] No
[ ] Not applicable.
yes, give the names and addresses of all
witnesses to the extent that information is available to you:
you suffer any bodily injury? Yes
[ ] No
yes, describe your injuries (Attach
any property of yours damaged or
destroyed? Yes [
yes, describe the property and the damage
(Attach repair estimates.)
you lost any wages or income as a result
of the incident? Yes [ ] No
you are claiming loss of income, state the
Name, Address and Phone Number of your Employer or Business:
any other injury, loss or damage
that you have incurred as a result of this incident.
cash: $326, or -
Value of time spent in
Community Service: $326.
Community Service fee
paid to court: None
Community Service fee
paid to C.S. agency for service in OC: $60, or -
Service fees paid to C.S. agencies for service elsewhere: $24
paid to OC agency to process transfer to out-of-county agency, plus fee
charged by the out-of-county agency.
Car mileage to and
from Community Service, _____ miles at $0.36 or $0.375 per mile =______
Finance fee for
time-payment plan on fine: $35.
Car mileage to and
from court appearance(s), _____ miles at $0.36 or $0.375 per mile
fee paid to court: $52 (if OC resident),
Traffic school fee paid to
traffic school operator: None (if OC resident), otherwise approx.
Value of time spent in
traffic school: $54 (8 hours at legal minimum wage).
insurance premiums, if not recoverable from insurer:
the name or names of public employee(s)
causing the injury, demand or loss, if known: The officer
who signed the
the amount claimed as of the date of
presentation of claim, including the estimated amount of any
future injury, damage, or loss, insofar as it may be known at the time
presentation of the claim, together with the basis of computation of
claimed: $_______. Basis is total from
Lines 19 and 21, above.
claim must be signed by the claimant or
by some person on his or her behalf. Claims
against local public entities for supplies,
or services need not be signed by the claimant if presented on an
regularly used in the conduct of the business of the claimant.
26. Signature of Claimant
Claim, Ver. 3
To Use the Claim Form
1. Highlight the text of the form, above.
2. Copy it into a blank word processor document [control-C, open
Word program, control-V].
3. If the resulting word
processor document has a lot of short broken-up lines of text,
try the following settings:
(a) display at "full
(b) use a compact font
such as Times New Roman, 12 points or
(c) left and right
margins set at 1.0" [file, page setup] .
4. Add your information to the form, and remove any that does not
apply to your claim.
5. Print two copies, sign and date one and mail it per the Line 2
Line 1: The
six months should run from the time that the police department or the
notified you of your reversal or dismissal -
so you should have at least until December
10, 2004, probably a week or two longer.
Send the claim to the City Clerk by Certified Mail, Return Receipt
Requested. The claim form you send to the City Clerk should bear
your original signature, not a photocopy of it.
Lines 6, 7 and 9: Be
sure to enter your citation number in the blank space on Line 9.
If you can't find your ticket, you can get
this information by calling the court, at (949) 476-4749, or possibly
the Costa Mesa police, at (714) 754-5263.
Lines 19 and 20: Ask for any wages you lost while
attending court or traffic school.
Line 21: Not all of the expenses listed will apply
claim, so cross out, delete, or change those that don't.
Attach copies of receipts, checks, or credit card
statement (cross out last 4 digits of card number on statement), to
expenses. The figures for mileage are per the IRS, $0.36 per mile
in 2003, and $0.375 in 2004. If you experienced increased
insurance premiums and
your insurer will not refund the increase, you will need to provide
documentation of that in your claim to the City.
Costa Mesa Docs Set # 6
Ticket Counts and Timing
A. Ticket Counts
Violations Recorded (some months) & Citations
New 6-27-04, updated 4-22-05
The signal timing at some of the
intersections below was changed in March, May, July and Sep.
2004. Some cameras were shut off as of Feb. 2005. See
the footnotes ( ) for details. Bristol / Anton signal
timing charts are posted right below the footnotes.
This table made by
highwayrobbery.net, using official monthly tabulations of citations
actually issued. The year totals are as provided by the City.
Footnotes to the table:
The system was installed in stages
beginning Jun. 20, 2003. For
example, the northbound Newport @ 17th
camera began operation on Oct. 3 (according to the press
release, above). (2) The northbound
Newport / 17th camera was shut down during part of
Feb. and Mar. 2004, and the yellow time (set by CalTrans because
Newport Blvd. is a State highway) was increased in March -
see Jun. 10 CMPD press release, above. According to CalTrans
timing charts received Aug. 6, the new yellow time is 4.5
seconds (formerly 3.6), and applies to both the northbound and
the southbound straight
thru movements. The yellow for the southbound left turn was not
increased, so remains at 3.2; however, on Jul. 16, 2004 the
"minimum green" time* there was increased from 4 seconds to 7 and the
"maximum gap" (the maximum space allowed between cars passing over the
left turn loop without having the signal go yellow*) was increased from
0.9 second to 1.2. The yellows for the westbound and eastbound
eastbound left were not changed, so remain at 3.6, 3.6 and 3.5,
respectively. (3) Per the
CalTrans charts received Aug. 6, the northbound and
southbound Newport @ 19th yellow times
were increased on May 24, 2004, from 3.6 seconds, to 3.8, for thru
movements only. The
southbound left was not changed, so remains at 3.2. And the
yellow shared by eastbound straights and lefts was not changed, so
remains at 3.6 . (4) The signals not on
Newport Blvd. are set by the
City. According to City-produced timing charts,
the yellow times for all the camera-enforced movements at Harbor /
Adams and the northbound and southbound movements at Bristol / Anton
are 3.9 seconds and have been so since at least Sept. 2002. The
yellow for the Bristol / Anton westbound movement (including left
turns) is 3.6, also unchanged since Sept. 2002. However, on Sept.
23, 2004, the Harbor / Adams signal timing was changed in a number of
ways, including the following (but not including any changes to the
yellows): The "maximum green" time* was raised, for thru traffic
in all 4 directions, from 32 or 33, up to 40. According to a City
letter dated Sept. 28, there have been no recent changes to the yellow
at Bristol / Anton. The current timing chart for Bristol / Anton
(marked "As of 9-15-03") and the previous one (marked "As of 9-10-02")
are posted immediately below. (5) According to the City, it is just coincidence
that many of the Aug. figures are the same as or within 1
of the July figures. (6) Figures in red
type are "raw"
violations recorded by the cameras. The figures in black type are
issued. (7) Some of the
cameras were shut off. See Docs Set # 11, below. (8) These annual totals of citations issued are from
report prepared for the city council meeting of Sept. 1, 2009.
Here is the current timing chart for Bristol / Anton
(marked "As of 9-15-03") and the previous one (marked "As of 9-10-02").
The bottom part of this first chart assigns a phase number to each
direction of traffic.
For example, northbound left turns are Phase 5.
In the following charts, each phase is assigned a column.
Per a City letter dated Sept. 28, 2004, the following
year-old version is the latest timing chart for Bristol / Anton.
Costa Mesa Docs Set # 7
Blackout on Refunds for
Service, Lost Wages, Etc.
of July 7 the City website contained new information (below) about
Newport / 17th, but still no
refunds for Community Service, increased insurance premiums, traffic
school fees paid to schools outside Orange County, or lost
wages. Nor were these refunds mentioned in a News Pilot article
published July 7. (To file a claim, see Costa Mesa Docs Set # 5,
COSTA MESA POLICE
Release Date: June 18th, 2004
RELATED TO REDLIGHT CAMERA ENFORCEMENT RELEASE
Effective June 18, 2004 at
5 p.m., citizens who received citations at the intersection of
northbound Newport Blvd. at East 17th St. between
October 3, 2003 and February 11, 2004 can call a dedicated hotline
number to receive information regarding actions being taken with regard
citations issued at this intersection. The hotline has
information on refund of
fees paid to the Court (Fines and Traffic School Fees) as well as
Motor Vehicle actions being taken. Those who received red light
citations for a red light violation at the specific location and during
time period will be receiving a letter from the City of Costa Mesa
approximately 14 days and a refund check from the County of Orange
shortly thereafter. Notification to the Department of Motor
Vehicles will be
made regarding dismissal of the citation or a reversal of the
traffic school was attended, eligibility to attend traffic school will
reinstated. The City will be posting additional information on
the City website by
approximately June 23, 2004.
The Hotline phone number is
Costa Mesa Docs Set # 8
Costa Mesa's Contract
with the Vendor
Between Jun. 3, 2008 (adoption of the 3rd Amendment) and
Jan. 20, 2009 (adoption of the 4th Amendment), the contract was cost
neutral, due to the presence in Section 4.1 of this paragraph (nearly
identical to Section 4.2 of the Fullerton contract overturned on appeal
in Nov. 2008) :
4.1.The program will be operated as a safety
program. In addition, most communities regularly look for ways to
efficiencies and control spending. For these reasons, NTS
perform an initial annual financial review of the program, and every
twelve months after the first annual
review, and agrees to negotiate in good faith regarding its service
fees (down or up, but not to
exceed the service fees in Section 4.1) if it is determined that fees
NTS exceed net program revenues being realized. If requested by
NTS, the Municipality agrees to provide alternate intersection
approaches and, subject to mutual
agreement, support the relocation of under performing approaches.If the parties are unable to agree on a
renegotiated fee, the City shall have the right to terminate the
thirty (30) days written notice with no termination or cancellation fee.
Other Contract Features
Length of yellow lights: The City may not unilaterally
alter the yellow or all red phases. (Section
5.5) Camera locations:
The Vendor can veto the City's choice of camera locations.
(Section 1.1 of Exhibit A) Warning signs: The
vendor will supply one warning sign per camera. (Section 6.2 of
Costa Mesa Docs Set # 9
The advice below should be used in
combination with the advice provided in the Handling Your Ticket
section on the Your Ticket Page.
Below is information from my visit to Costa Mesa's court.
Web site editor's
observations from visit on July 29 -
On July 29, the date I visited, the
cases (about 12) were scheduled
for H-14, Comm. Sheedy's courtroom. Ten defendants showed
up. As soon
as the courtroom opened, the bailiff told one defendant that her "It's
not me" ticket was dismissed and that she could go home. At
1:45, the nine remaining red light camera defendants were told to
go to H-6, Comm.
The nine camera defendants were the only defendants present in H-6.
Before court came in to session, a Costa Mesa police officer
showed the videos to anyone who wanted to see them.
At about 2:05 Comm. Odriozola came in and announced four names, and
said that those cases were dismissed. I followed those defendants
out of the courtroom and talked to them. All of their tickets
were on Newport Blvd., mostly at 17th, and all of the "face" photos
were quite blurry. Their late times were 0.24, 0.98, and 1.18.
I returned to the courtroom about five minutes later. The officer
was concluding his foundational testimony (which would apply to
I was able to stay only for four of the five remaining cases. One
of the four was continued, to allow the driver to bring in proof that
his brakes had failed when he tried to stop at the camera intersection,
and that he had them repaired immediately thereafter. The
remaining three defendants argued their cases and were found
guilty. All of the three were offered the opportunity to
attend traffic school, including "second offender" school to two of
I left at 3:15, midway through the fifth case. I estimate that
the session ended by 3:20.
The July 29
"tried" tickets were at
Newport / 19th, 3 northbound;
Bristol / Anton, 1 southbound;
Harbor / Adams, 1 northbound.
The Late Times were not announced in open court.
Costa Mesa Docs Set
# 10 Request to Discontinue
Camera at Newport / 17th Left
The following is a letter I sent the Costa Mesa city
Note the info about rear-enders, in the third paragraph.
August 9, 2004
City Council and Mayor
City of Costa Mesa
77 Fair Drive
Costa Mesa, California 92628
Subject: Request to
discontinue camera enforcement at Newport (SR 55)/17th (left turn)
Over the last nine months
you have issued over 800 automated
tickets for violation of the left-turn arrow on southbound Newport
Route 55) at 17th Street, at a cost to the motoring public of
I have just received, from
the CHP, the official 10-year "SWITRS"
accident report for that intersection (copy attached). The
27-page report shows a total of 150 accidents of all kinds (an average
per month). Of those 150 accidents only one (on page 19) is
being the fault of a driver running the southbound left-turn light (the
was cited for VC 21453(c), running a left-turn arrow). One person
injured in that accident. There were two
other accidents involving southbound drivers turning left (pages 13 and
but there is no indication that they ran the left-turn arrow - the
collision factors were noted as "unknown," neither driver was found
to be at fault (at fault is indicated by an "F" after the Party
number), and no citation of any kind was issued. Both
accidents were "PDO" (property
damage only, no injuries).
It is also
interesting to note that the SWITRS report shows a significant rise -
doubling - in the rate of rear-end accidents, from 69 in the 111 months
pre-camera, to 13 in the 10 or 11 months since Sept. 2003 (when the
would first have become visible to motorists).
guideline for the use of automated enforcement says
that it should be used only where there is a documented safety problem.
upon the SWITRS report, it appears that there is not a significant
problem associated with southbound left-turn running at Newport and
17th. Thus, in my capacity as a
California and a representative member of the motoring public, I now
request you to discontinue the red light camera enforcement on those
Your professional staff may
argue that the single at-fault
accident noted above is sufficient indication of a safety
problem. However, every guideline says
that if a
safety problem is identified, automated enforcement should be installed
after engineering measures have been tried as an alternative way to
problem. In a public records request
dated July 18 I asked the City for "All
materials dated Jan. 1, 1998 to the present, reflecting or discussing
of traffic accidents or congestion at any red light camera enforced
intersection, the causes of traffic accident, traffic congestion, or
traffic-related problems there, and/or corrective measures taken or
to be taken there." Your
reply to me, dated July 26, consisted of three Council Agenda Reports
and 2002, all dealing with the proposed red light camera program.
The first two (for the council meetings of
August 20 and
Sept. 17, 2001) contained a short section entitled "Alternatives
Considered," which listed the only alternative to be the continuation
traditional enforcement. The third
Report (for the meeting of July 15, 2002) contained no discussion of
at all. Thus, there is no indication
that engineering measures were tried, or even considered. I
suggest that if it is your decision to
continue operating this camera, you try the quick and cheap engineering
of increasing the yellow time (for the left turn) there from the
present 3.2 seconds, to
seconds. That change would bring it much
closer to the 4.5 seconds now provided for the straight through
movements there, and would also make the left-turn tickets issued there
less vulnerable to legal challenge - 4.3 seconds being the minimum
yellow required by law where the approach speed is 45. When Mesa,
Arizona made a
similar (one second) change with their left turns in November 2000,
two-thirds, and have stayed down since (see Mesa ticket counts,
I ask that you give this
request your most serious consideration.
Guide to Reading SWITRS
SWITRS Newport/17th 10-year accident history
Mesa, Arizona ticket counts
CalTrans District 12
Director Cindy Quon
Commissioner James Odriozola
Commissioner Mark Sheedy
Supervising Judge Glen Mahler
Los Angeles Times
Orange County Register
National Motorists Association
Costa Mesa Docs Set # 11
The Fischetti Case
In Jan. 2005 an appellate court found (in People vs. Fischetti)
issued warning tickets for
30 days upon the installation of each new camera but didn't, and that
it should not have allowed a separate
government agency (CalTrans) to set and control the timing of the
signals (see Defect # 10 on the Home page). The City made
numerous appeals of that decision, finally landing at the California
Supreme Court. On May 11, 2005 that court denied the City's
petition to review, and the decision in favor of appellant
Fischetti became final.
in the Feb. 12, 2005 Orange County Register and the Feb. 15 LA Times
that Costa Mesa was
suspending, for 30 days, the use of three of its four cameras (all but
the one at Harbor and Adams). However, the monthly ticket
counts received in late April (see Docs Set # 6, above)
indicate that in the month of March, the two Newport Blvd. cameras did
operate at all - so it is possible that they have been suspended for
more than just 30 days. See more details on the Costa Mesa
If you want to fight your pre-Feb. 12, non-Harbor / Adams ticket on the
basis of the lack of warning tickets, see the sample Trial by
Declaration, at the bottom of the Your Ticket page.
Costa Mesa Docs Set # 12 Are Late Times Secret?
Costa Mesa has stopped printing the Late Time on their
tickets, even though their Nestor system clearly has the capability to
If you phone the CMPD to ask
what your Late Time was, they will insist that you come in to the
Nearly every other city that I know of prints the Late Time somewhere
tickets (even though it can be hard to read at times - see the big How
to Read Your Late Time box in Defect # 7 on the Home page).
Mesa's motive not to display it could be so that they can cite for very
short Late Times (like 0.1 second) without a public uproar (including
criticism by judges) about
"Mickey Mouse" tickets. Another possible motive could be to grind
you down, make it harder for you to fight your ticket.
If you want to know what your late time is, I suggest that you call any
of the following at the City:
The Mayor (714) 754-5285
The Police Chief (714) 754-5117
The Police Department Non-Emergency Line (714) 754-5255
Alternately, you could submit a Discovery letter to get a copy of the
violation video, then review that frame-by-frame, on your home
computer. See Getting
Records for how to do a Discovery.
Costa Mesa Docs Set
# 13 Other Reports Available
To see examples of standard reports generated by Nestor
(which would be obtained by making a request to the City), see the
reports received from the City of Fullerton (also a Nestor customer),
Set # 4 on the Fullerton
Costa Mesa Docs Set
# 14 More Coming
There may be some more Costa Mesa
developments in the next few
weeks. If you got a red light camera ticket in Costa Mesa, mark
your calendar to remind you to come back here and look!
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