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City of Millbrae Documents
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Some of Millbrae's tickets can be ignored.  If your "ticket" does not have the San Mateo County Superior Court's name and address on it, it is a fake ticket, what I call a "Snitch Ticket."  For more details, see the Snitch Ticket section at the top of the Your Ticket page.

If you have a ticket from Millbrae be sure to contact me, and also read Defect # 8 (on the Home page) and the "San Mateo County Information," which is Docs Set # 5 on the San Mateo Documents page.


July 2018:  Will Millbrae Council Allow the Contract to Auto Renew for More Years?  See Set # 4, below.


Contacting State, City and other Bay Area Officials

State Senator Jerry Hill:  In early 2018 Sen. Hill introduced SB 1132 which, if it passes, will reduce the fine for a rolling right violation. 
Sen. Hill hosts frequent public events around his district, which
includes the red light camera cities of Millbrae, San Mateo and Menlo Park.  Here is info about the next event.

When:  Thursday July 26, 2018, 9:30 to 10:30 am.
What:  Java with Jerry
Where:  Konditorei, 3130 Alpine Road, Portola Valley.

The announcement says:

"Please join me for a cup of coffee and conversation at 'Java with Jerry.'  Bring your ideas, questions and concerns about legislative issues affecting the community.  No RSVP or appointment necessary.  Coffee will be provided at no taxpayer expense."

For questions, Hill's phone is (650) 212-3313.

For more information about participating in one of Sen. Hill's events, or to get on his mailing list to be notified of future events, phone his office at (650) 212-3313.
  

Millbrae Councilmember email form:  http://www.ci.millbrae.ca.us/index.aspx?recordid=45&page=190
Individual Councilmembers: 
rholober@ci.millbrae.ca.us, aoliva@ci.millbrae.ca.us,
gpapan@ci.millbrae.ca.us, aschneider@ci.millbrae.ca.us,
waynejlee@ci.millbrae.ca.us,
Councilmember phone:  (650) 259-2334
More info about councilmembers: 
http://www.ci.millbrae.ca.us/index.aspx?page=160
Interim City Manager Tom Williams:  twilliams@ci.millbrae.ca.us or (650) 259-2334
City Clerk Elena Suazo: 
ESuazo@ci.millbrae.ca.us or (650) 259-2333
Police Chief* (sheriff) Capt. Mark Kuykendall:  MKuykendall@smcgov.org or (650) 259-2308

Police* business (non-emergency) line:  (650) 259-2300

*Millbrae does not have its own police department.  The City has a contract under which it pays the City of San Mateo to process its red light camera tickets (see Set # 4, below, for link to copy of that contract); Millbrae contracts with the San Mateo County Sheriff for the remainder of its police services.

Millbrae Chamber of Commerce:  chamber@millbrae.com, lorianne@millbrae.com, or (650) 697-7324

BART:  BoardofDirectors@bart.org (510) 464-6095

SFO Commission:  Jean.Caramatti@flysfo.com (650) 821-5042



East Bay Voters:

Do you live in the South end of Alameda County or the North end of Santa Clara County - State Sen. Ellen Corbett's former District?

In 2014 Sen. Corbett "termed out," and has been replaced by this person

Wieckowski, author anti-motorist bill AB 666
 
Wieckowski, Author of the anti-motorist bills SB-1 and AB 666

who will be running for re-election in 2018 and 2022.

Please don't vote for him.

Send him back home to his bankruptcy law practice.

As of 2018 he is in the State Legislature in Sacramento and was co-author of SB-1 (raised gas tax and car registration fees starting Nov. 2017).  In 2013 he was the author of AB-666 which - had it passed - would have increased the number of red light camera tickets.  Before reaching the Legislature he was a member of the Fremont City Council, and during his time on the council he approved two extensions of Fremont's contract with RedFlex:  He was the maker of the 2005 motion to extend the contract to 2010, and in 2010 he made the motion to extend the contract to June 2017.


 
  City of Millbrae Docs Set # 1
Ticket Counts

New 6-8-09, updated  7-5-18

Total Violations Recorded ("Total Events"), Notices Printed ("Citations Issued") [1] [4] [8]

Cam #
M101
M102
M103
M104
M105
M106
M107








[6] Rollins
NB
@
Millbrae


Rollins
SB
@
Mill-
brae

Millbrae
EB
@
Rollins
Millbrae
WB
@
Rollins
Millbrae
WB
@
Rollins
Left
Turn
El
Camino
SB
@
Millbrae
EB
101
SB
@
Millbrae
WB
[11] [12]


[3]
Total
Events
Recorded/
Citations
Issued,
Rollins
Only
[1] [4] [8]
Total
Citations
Issued
as %
of Events
Recorded,
Rollins
Only
Total
Events
Recorded/
Citations
Issued,
All
Cameras
[1] [4] [8]
Total
Citations
Issued
as %
of Events
Recorded,
All Cameras
Revenue
from
Court
(thou-
sands)
[17]
Lane

all
all



all



all

all

all

all








Sep06
[14]

230
1
71
0



120
23



35
8











456
32


Oct06
[14]

359
36
171
15



200
73



99
21











829
145


Nov06
[14]

627
37
97
4



294
88



188
32











1206
161


Dec06
[14]

548
42
204
4



247
37



560
70











1559
153

11
2006
[14]






















4050
491
12%
13
Jan07
[14]

728
154
54
0



264
36



1614
220

131
3









2791
413

12
Feb07
[14]

591
157




409
63



1261
144

126
3









2387
367

25
Mar07
[14]

543
38




340
33



1429
116

188
3









2500
190

27
Apr07
[14]

724
137




422
22



1382
74

141
13









2669
246

23
May07
[14]

978
235




544
35



1007
63

166
21









2695
354

21
Jun07
[14]

1002
176




596
38



814
36

146
29









2558
279

24
Jul07
[14]

633
36




545
9



575
45

99
15









1852
105

26
Aug07
[14]

212
13




622
22



523
72

142
24









1499
131

17
Sep07
[14]

728
32




706
26



134
27

142
22









1710
107

12
Oct07
[14]

652
50




674
23



137
33

130
15









1593
121

15
Nov07
[14]

588
61




447
40



117
27

61
17









1213
145

11
Dec07
[14]

667
112




304
29



145
35

60
17









1176
193

11
2007
[2]  [14]

8046
1201
54
0



5873
376



9138
892

1532
182









24643
2651
11%
227
Jan08
[14]

524
29




587
46



196
32

36
3









1343
110

17
Feb08
[14]

1717
56




887
28



1372
178

41
6









4017
268

14
Mar08
[14]

1446
280




733
133



1024
211

38
6









3241
630

20
Apr08
[14]

848
237




184
59



506
154

30
3









1568
453

42
May08
[14]

641
229




303
26



388
148

42
9









1374
412

35
Jun08
[14]

598
201




256
109



360
156

42
11









1256
477

38
Jul08
[14]

567
221




473
214



111
44

35
5









1186
484

43
Aug08
[14]

435
146




212
50



296
130

45
3









988
329

39
Sep08
[14]

365
131




146
48



186
81

53
0









750
260

36
Oct08
[14]

442
185




234
98



284
139

75
6









1035
428

37
Nov08
[14]

471
146




208
85



237
100

64
4









980
335

30
Dec08
[14]

468
169




180
96



241
132

61
6









950
403

35
2008
[2]  [14]

8522
2030




4403
992



5201
1505

562
62









18688
4589
25%
387
Jan09
[14]

413
139




191
67



202
99

54
4









860
309

33
Feb09
[14]

381
130




141
58



217
96

40
1









779
285

29
Mar09
[14]

445
181




71
27



210
112

52
2









778
322


Apr09
[14]

487
189




86
43



146
66

46
6









765
304


May09
[14]

727
297




133
57



130
56

10
1









1000
411


Jun09
[14]

954
339




83
43



97
33

28
6









1162
421


Jul09
[14]

879
352




125
56



191
50

70
4









1265
462


Aug09
[14]

284
125




130
70



93
37

46
8









553
240


Sep09
[14]

623
294




86
38



168
72

46
2









923
406


Oct09
[14]

800
365




79
52



502
246

51
4









1432
667


Nov09
[14]

788
397




87
45



358
177

46
2

296
133

994
478





2569
1232


Dec09
[14]

738
315




78
32



209
88

43
1

350
184

927
528





2345
1148


2009
[2]  [14]

7519
3123




1290
588



2523
1132

532
41

646
317

1921
1006



11864
4884
41%
14431
6207
43%
688
30 Months
to Mar09
 [1] [4]
[8] [14]

19341
3796
526
23



11420
1718



15815
2827

2240
251









49342
8615


Jan10
[14]

698
301




97
40



238
84

50
1

296
161

306
222





1685
809


Feb10
[14]

570
243




58
27



125
52

50
2

296
136

364
267





1463
727


Mar10
[14]

628
289




121
56



226
100

58
3

348
183

589
366





1970
997


Apr10
[14]

563
261




71
33



289
106

46
0

315
156

384
248





1668
804


May10
[14]

758
358




108
47



458
213

51
1

353
176

410
250





2138
1045


Jun10
[14]

585
272




112
61



471
185

38
2

335
192

406
246





1947
958


Jul10
[14]


237
119




156
70



555
191

45
5

330
185

443
256





1766
826


Aug10
[14]

201
87




118
58



656
241

48
2

299
174

478
264





1800
826


Sep10
[14]

103
47




125
59



771
269

34
0

312
176

267
132





1612
683


Oct10
[14]

90
32




108
50



395
137

53
0

308
161

478
212





1432
592


Nov10
[14]

104
51




112
55



300
110

55
1

250
139

361
156





1182
512


Dec10
[14]

123
43




98
37



332
94

41
2

238
129

345
135





1177
440


2010
[2]  [14]

4660
2103




1284
593



4816
1782

569
19

3680
1968

4831
2754



11329
4497
40%
19840
9219
47%

Cam #
M101
M102
M103
M104
M105
M106
M107








[6] Rollins
NB
@
Millbrae


Rollins
SB
@
Mill-
brae

Millbrae
EB
@
Rollins
Millbrae
WB
@
Rollins
Millbrae
WB
@
Rollins
Left
Turn
El
Camino
SB
@
Millbrae
EB
101
SB
@
Millbrae
WB
[12]


[3]
Total
Events
Recorded/
Citations
Issued,
Rollins
Only
[1] [4] [8]
Total
Citations
Issued
as %
of Events
Recorded,
Rollins
Only
Total
Events
Recorded/
Citations
Issued,
All
Cameras
[1] [4] [8]
Total
Citations
Issued
as %
of Events
Recorded,
All Cameras
Revenue
from
Court
(thou-
sands)
[17]
Lane
3
4

2
3
4
5
3
4
5
6
1
2
1
2
2
3








Jan11
8
2
174
71

12
0
19
8
23
8
31
11
4
1
4
2
4
1
234
76
6
0
34
1
75
48
125
89
156
61
128
56





1037
435


Feb11
6
2
189
87

9
1
15
10
20
8
63
32
2
0
5
0
2
0
193
58
10
1
29
0
94
50
132
77
116
49
85
38





970
413


Mar11
3
1
148
72

7
1
16
9
15
8
41
23
5
2
4
0
3
1
440
149
5
0
16
0
95
51
116
73
123
54
344
120





1381
564


Apr11
5
0
191
88

16
3
14
4
17
5
59
32
10
4
8
3
4
3
637
239
3
0
34
1
94
66
153
91
168
62
378
135





1791
736

51
May11
8
0
211
84

14
0
21
12
25
5
42
20
3
0
8
5
5
2
694
251
6
0
27
0
84
36
179
110
249
105
622
215





2198
845


Jun11
[13]
18
4
646
257

9
0
24
12
40
14
93
45
5
2
14
8
4
4
739
213
8
0
12
0
114
58
180
113
242
118
438
156





2586
1004


Jul11
2
0
134
43

18
2
16
7
36
7
103
39
15
13
7
3
3
1
664
234
6
2
17
1
102
59
169
119
250
119
442
141





1984
790

72
Aug11
99
0
726
117

19
3
25
9
45
16
94
41
5
2
5
3
4
2
697
189
14
0
17
2
102
44
188
101
261
115
489
193





2790
837


Sep11
106
1
747
125

11
0
22
8
28
9
112
50
10
0
7
1
3
1
623
183
10
0
15
1
111
52
185
96
140
55
274
98





2404
680


Oct11
128
0
675
148

12
1
28
7
28
9
77
34
4
1
5
4
-
-
605
220
8
0
22
0
85
52
170
101
579
61
596
127





3022
765

67
Nov11
159
3
684
123

16
1
28
14
36
18
73
32
8
3
8
4
4
2
597
176
6
0
17
1
75
34
131
92
308
80
319
83





2469
666


Dec11
119
0
440
110

17
1
29
19
26
13
64
31
2
2
5
2
4
2
398
169
7
0
8
1
80
38
140
86
150
69
93
47





1582
590


2011
[2]
661
13
4965
1325

160
13
257
119
339
120
852
390
73
30
80
35
40
19
6521
2157
89
3
248
8
1111
588
1868
1148
2742
948
4208
1409



14285
4232
30%
24214
8325
34%

Jan12
148
0
507
86

13
0
23
9
35
7
89
42
3
2
6
3
3
1
353
134
6
1
42
1
80
42
211
141
138
56
83
38





1740
563

62
Feb12
114
1
465
101

20
3
22
6
39
15
91
41
9
6
4
2
4
4
461
169
14
3
51
0
97
50
186
117
114
55
77
58





1768
631


Mar12
138
2
625
114

6
0
18
8
30
7
74
22
7
3
6
4
5
2
621
256
15
0
32
0
69
51
192
123
127
67
58
41





2023
700


Apr12
152
1
723
131

15
1
19
5
26
9
79
25
6
2
6
5
3
1
614
233
5
0
25
2
76
51
229
158
104
64
293
64





2375
752

54
May12
132
2
705
169

12
1
17
9
26
9
74
31
6
3
9
6
2
2
743
410
6
1
35
0
39
30
70
54
108
62
1034
175





3018
964


Jun12
108
1
573
187

9
1
11
3
10
4
62
32
3
1
2
2
3
2
775
441
6
2
29
0
-
-
-
-
105
59
556
121





2252
856


Jul12
81
0
471
127

9
1
14
6
13
6
50
25
5
2
7
5
6
4
592
285
14
0
40
1
-
-
-
-
92
50
564
116





1958
628

78
Aug12
93
1
450
149

6
0
7
4
12
4
38
23
6
4
5
2
2
1
535
252
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
120
76
561
132





1835
648


Sep12
74
2
354
108

12
0
15
7
23
7
56
22
5
3
12
5
3
2
447
242
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
133
85
672
146





1806
629


Oct12
45
0
186
33

20
5
47
17
39
16
142
69
3
3
5
4
1
0
429
228
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
112
57
761
180





1790
612

81
Nov12
64
0
302
62

24
3
46
23
39
13
101
45
6
5
3
0
5
5
268
126
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
90
45
846
204





1794
531


Dec12
93
1
460
104

16
3
37
18
30
6
107
49
3
2
3
2
4
2
48
26
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
101
54
705
171





1607
438


2012
[2]
1242
11
5821
1371

162
18
276
115
322
103
963
426
62
36
68
40
41
26
5886
2802
66
7
254
4
361
224
888
593
1344
730
6210
1446



15163
4959
33%
23966
7952
33%

Jan13
125
1
539
137

25
2
51
29
31
15
97
43
-
-
5
3
3
2
106
66


0
0
0
0
83
38
643
142





1708
478

62
Feb13
136
3
541
135

9
0
25
9
37
15
118
65
-
-
6
4
8
7
144
81


0
0
0
0
55
34
471
122





1550
475

51
Mar13
138
0
701
175

24
4
39
23
42
20
127
58
10
6
6
2
2
1
198
124


0
0
0
0
54
25
514
110





1855
548

51
Apr13
122
2
717
223

24
1
38
18
28
12
135
67
8
3
6
2
6
3
177
100


0
0
0
0
64
27
425
80





1750
538

58
May13
132
2
771
257

19
0
26
3
31
9
117
40
3
2
11
7
8
5
176
107


54
32
172
119
37
21
294
65





1851
669

60
Jun13
123
0
781
287

11
0
25
11
26
14
110
45
4
3
10
7
12
10
177
113


49
36
163
125
43
20
291
45





1825
716


Jul13
129
1
846
325

21
0
30
12
22
6
97
55
7
5
7
5
9
8
180
109


68
41
204
156
53
26
263
37





1936
786


Aug13
139
1
790
297

17
3
33
17
18
11
97
36
6
3
8
5
13
12
166
103


61
35
179
140
52
22
255
31





1834
716


Sep13
141
2
766
290

8
0
15
6
25
11
76
42
9
4
5
3
9
7
300
173


52
36
156
121
40
17
258
41





1860
753


Oct13
167
2
814
289

11
3
17
4
14
6
49
27
8
2
7
3
7
4
317
168


68
46
178
133
55
28
249
47





1961
762


Nov13
132
2
747
262

9
0
15
9
16
14
40
17
6
0
10
6
9
5
570
178


47
32
110
83
63
32
272
37





2046
677


Dec13
126
0
811
270

7
0
13
5
7
5
49
23
9
1
6
4
12
7
736
214


53
30
131
91
48
20
278
54





2286
724


2013
[2]
1610
16
8824
2947

185
13
327
146
297
138
1112
518
70
29
87
51
98
71
3247
1536


452
288
1293
968
647
310
4213
811



15857
5465
34%
22462
7842
35%

Jan14
136
4
795
207

6
0
18
5
14
3
51
20
6
1
22
3
5
4
645
195


50
32
125
80
49
16
210
28





2132
598


Feb14
96
0
432
82

16
2
23
8
8
5
68
24
3
0
6
2
5
4
599
165


34
21
108
75
56
22
238
39





1692
449


Mar14
146
5
655
173

15
1
10
1
19
9
75
29
7
2
10
3
9
6
729
230


42
30
136
95
46
20
259
37





2158
641


Apr14
98
1
815
208

16
4
11
5
17
12
46
23
3
1
4
1
8
5
773
245


46
34
147
120
13
3
48
7





2045
669


May14
[11]
62
1
951
287

5
1
17
10
14
5
51
23
7
2
12
5
8
6
843
287


43
30
141
106
202
141
755
621





3111
1525


Jun14
[11]
72
0
921
211

8
0
10
3
18
8
67
26
9
0
8
3
9
9
848
248


65
43
148
111
223
123
771
470





3177
1255


Jul14
60
0
961
264

1
0
17
7
19
9
65
36
4
0
11
8
10
8
735
228


56
30
188
131
116
0
639
1





2882
722


Aug14
93
2
985
253

3
0
22
2
25
0
71
7
7
3
6
1
4
3
882
245


63
39
173
114
158
67
558
246





3050
982


Sep14
94
0
361
65

8
0
22
2
22
1
105
35
6
2
6
2
8
4
769
234


66
44
169
120
75
35
283
138





1994
682


Oct14
73
1
790
182

9
0
23
7
34
16
141
57
6
3
4
0
8
5
895
257


62
37
169
110
206
138
769
491





3189
1304


Nov14
70
0
652
171

10
1
13
4
28
6
103
39
9
5
6
4
13
11
670
185


43
26
156
105
150
103
604
433





2527
1093


Dec14
75
3
544
136

7
1
8
7
11
6
95
33
3
0
13
6
7
2
659
155


37
27
126
91
168
111
748
515





2501
1093


2014
[2]
1075
17
8862
2239

104
10
194
61
229
80
938
352
70
19
108
38
94
67
9047
2674


607
393
1786
1258
1462
779
5882
3026



20721
5557
27%
30458
11013
36%

Jan15
61
2
333
92

3
0
6
2
12
6
80
26
4
1
6
4
5
5
759
167


64
36
167
115
126
74
446
290



1269
305

2072
820


Feb15
25
0
389
110

2
0
17
2
13
4
69
25
8
3
4
1
9
6
601
150


57
35
152
109
184
100
679
398



1137
301

2209
943


Mar15
60
0
328
32

10
0
29
7
22
2
87
11
12
1
9
4
11
1
851
73


60
10
149
35
148
15
615
74



1419
131

2391
265


Apr15
58
0
560
163

4
0
16
10
16
11
74
24
14
10
9
7
12
7
859
262


57
35
189
127
95
63
545
390



1622
494

2508
1109

88
May15
66
0
738
217

4
0
11
2
15
8
53
21
8
4
6
4
8
6
890
258


79
50
191
136
117
78
488
352



1799
520

2674
1136

96
Jun15
[11]
82
1
926
259

21
2
39
18
46
19
234
112
8
4
15
5
13
4
817
188


65
40
235
172
215
136
861
595



2201
612

3577
1555

122
Jul15
67
3
603
204

22
6
56
29
73
34
283
137
13
8
16
12
13
12
616
160


87
55
251
199
95
61
443
301



1762
605

2638
1221

136
Aug15
74
2
599
248

21
2
54
30
57
33
307
139
7
0
14
6
10
3
613
118


84
55
207
140
166
94
430
313



1756
581

2643
1183

125
Sep15
56
1
541
218

17
5
50
30
56
35
255
122
7
1
14
10
17
13
742
213


72
57
190
147
157
107
475
374



1755
648

2649
1333

123
Oct15
32
1
339
100

23
6
57
30
65
36
275
135
9
5
8
6
14
10
1129
270


107
69
93
73
199
144
575
418



1951
599

2925
1303

133
Nov15
75
1
581
171

30
4
50
26
53
26
240
116
9
4
6
4
9
7
742
207


54
7
[15]
111
2
[15]
77
4
[15]
347
20
[15]



1795
566

2384
599

118
Dec15
116
0
777
223

23
4
48
31
61
35
219
84
9
2
9
4
18
14
403
100


50
0
76
0
49
0
353
0



1683
497

2211
497

90
2015
[2]
772
11
6714
2037

180
29
433
217
489
249
2176
952
108
43
116
67
139
88
9022
2166


836
449
2011
1255
1628
876
6257
3525



20149
5859
29%
30881
11964
39%

Jan16
[9]
18
0
116
20

15
3
43
29
33
18
110
40
9
0
5
1
8
6
108
35


33
18
62
27
131
94
469
300



465
122

1160
591

86
Feb16
120
0
1112
306

0
0
51
35
37
29
182
76
4
1
8
3
16
5
201
88


33
15
93
64
91
68
332
224



1731
543

2280
914

74
Mar16
[11]
191
0
1600
540

0
0
63
53
35
27
400
152
10
6
12
7
13
7
423
218


55
22
100
68
266
176
949
667



2747
1010

4117
1943

88
Apr16
180
4
1543
499


44
32
34
26
370
144
11
7
10
8
12
6
718
394


48
33
100
70
113
66
561
354



2922
1120

3744
1643

115
May16
168
1
1843
430


63
38
51
33
357
103
14
6
15
7
11
6
764
330


45
28
95
68
95
16
199
77



3286
954

3720
1143

122
Jun16
157
0
1753
472


46
23
34
26
381
122
14
7
16
12
11
7
851
410


72
43
149
92
561
117
1079
439



3263
1079

5124
1770

72
Jul16
[11]
168
3
1853
584


45
29
34
26
412
148
12
4
15
7
18
11
744
395


53
32
118
74
571
159
1173
587



3301
1207

5216
2059

91
Aug16
170
4
1574
478


58
33
41
30
377
128
13
7
14
9
12
9
734
361


67
29
111
73
479
120
1045
544



2993
1059

4695
1825

97
Sep16
155
3
1447
388


54
34
58
43
386
144
8
3
3
1
8
6
660
349


42
23
92
55
570
138
1148
532



2779
971

4631
1719

95
Oct16
151
1
1529
406


58
29
48
37
398
130
10
4
7
5
5
2
675
369


49
25
118
76
648
156
1238
553



2881
983

4934
1793

102
Nov16
157
1
1634
450


65
38
43
30
343
120
20
8
8
6
16
5
585
298


54
26
97
63
245
137
695
459



2871
956

3962
1641

109
Dec16
185
2
1531
353


60
36
48
36
344
130
12
5
7
3
6
4
609
337


50
26
117
72
223
127
693
462



2802
906

3885
1593

109
2016
[2]
1820
19
17535
4926

15
3
650
409
496
361
4060
1437
137
58
120
69
136
74
7072
3584


601
320
1252
802
3993
1374
9581
5198



32041
10940
34%
47468
18634
39%

Jan17
165
2
1447
376


49
33
38
33
358
119
8
2
6
4
7
3
454
202


53
23
95
63
172
94
769
536



2532
774

3621
1490

108
Feb17
175
5
987
246


44
30
49
35
292
106
9
4
8
5
15
12
443
261


39
21
95
64
155
91
642
489



2022
704

2953
1369

93
Mar17
167
1
1504
482


58
39
59
43
369
137
15
9
10
5
16
14
594
358


62
27
102
73
173
93
684
491



2792
1088

3813
1772

106
Apr17
145
6
1371
350


62
37
44
30
379
107
6
3
5
2
15
9
647
302


58
30
99
52
129
68
404
212



2674
846

3364
1208

105
May17
184
1
1552
414


70
36
49
37
430
110
10
3
9
2
15
8
623
336


62
28
121
74
140
53
357
188



2942
947

3622
1290

108
Jun17
303
3
1603
550


66
37
52
42
345
128
9
3
14
7
16
6
736
419


82
42
129
89
187
94
284
164



3144
1195

3826
1584

87
Jul17
210
3
1942
439








688
316


85
37
142
76
252
111
643
285



2840
758

3962
1267

83
Aug17
189
1
1554
331


20
3
53
21
179
46
6
1
10
4
24
9
288
113


67
28
116
45
329
130
788
353



2323
529

3623
1085

96
Sep17
201
3
1478
327


28
2
66
33
186
68
14
3
19
6
24
13
293
132


70
24
134
56
246
102
649
340



2309
587

3408
1109

83
Oct17
187
1
1424
349


28
2
80
37
188
83
12
2
18
9
24
12
252
137


62
20
141
61
269
138
577
332



2213
632

3262
1183

85
Nov17
142
4
1396
291


13
0
61
34
179
82
17
6
28
14
19
8
269
134


49
16
94
37
258
112
545
264



2124
573

3070
1002

82
Dec17
190
2
1440
301


24
2
55
33
179
67
19
3
25
6
25
11
260
120


62
20
114
43
238
122
536
295



2217
545

3167
1025

75
2017
[1]
2258
32
17698
4456


462
221
606
378
3084
1053
125
39
152
64
200
105
5547
2830


751
316
1382
733
2548
1208
6878
3950



30132
9178
30%
41691
15385
37%

Jan18
186
1
1419
330


12
1
48
22
162
66
10
3
22
9
22
9
247
127


65
31
115
44
194
92
453
224



2128
568

2955
959

98
Feb18
149
1
1273
295


29
1
41
14
186
70
7
3
16
7
11
5
251
117


55
17
93
43
153
74
298
151



1963
513

2562
798

81
Mar18
165
2
1592
349


18
1
60
27
174
69
8
3
18
10
28
15
303
157


63
24
126
57
1
0
-
-
[18]



2366
633

2556
714

91
Apr18
170
1
1481
424


21
1
62
30
171
86
8
3
15
4
32
17
225
114


64
27
120
64
36
6
235
30



2185
680

2640
807

79
May18
























86
Jun18

























Jul18

























Aug18

























Sep18

























Oct18

























Nov18

























Dec18

























2018
[2]
(proj.)
2010
15
17295
4194


240
12
633
279
2079
873
99
36
213
90
279
138
3078
1545


741
297
1362
624
1152
516
2958
1215



25926
7182
28%
32139
9834
31%

Cam #
M101
M102
M103
M104
M105
M106
M107








[6]

Rollins
NB
@
Millbrae
Right
Turns


Rollins
SB
@
Mill-
brae

Millbrae
EB
@
Rollins
Mostly
Right
Turns
Millbrae
WB
@
Rollins
Mostly
Right
Turns
Millbrae
WB
@
Rollins
Left
Turns
El
Camino
SB
@
Millbrae
EB
Left
Turns
[15]
101
SB
Offramp
@
Millbrae
WB
Right
Turns
[11] [12] [15]


[3]
Total
Events
Recorded/
Citations
Issued,
Rollins
Only
[1] [4] [8]
Total
Citations
Issued
as %
of Events
Recorded,
Rollins
Only
Total
Events
Recorded/
Citations
Issued,
All
Cameras
[1] [4] [8]
Total
Citations
Issued
as %
of Events
Recorded,
All Cameras
Revenue
from
Court
(thou-
sands)
[17]
Lane #
3
4

2
3
4
5
3
4
5
6
1
2
1
2
2
3









Movement
[16]
S
R

L
S
S
R
S
S
S
R


L
L
L/R
R









This table made by highwayrobbery.net, using official documents obtained under the California Public Records Act.
[  ] indicates a footnote.
[1]  Totals are as provided by the City, except for Jul. 2009 to Mar. 2010, which are hand totals by highwayrobbery.net, and those marked [2].
[2]  These annual totals and annual projections are by highwayrobbery.net.
[3]  Un-used columns are to allow for later expansion of City's system.
[4]  Any figures in red type (or, if you are looking at this table in black and white, the upper figure when there are two or more figures in a cell) are what ATS calls Total Events, or all incidents recorded by the cameras, and due to time limitations may have been posted here only for selected months or locations.  If there is sufficient public interest, the remaining months will be posted.  The figu
res in black type are what ATS calls Citations Issued, and may represent the sum of genuine citations issued (those filed with the court) plus any Nominations mailed (not filed with the court, a.k.a. Snitch Tickets).
[5]  Data has been requested but has not yet been received.
[6]  The lanes are numbered from the center of the street (most often a left turn lane), out to the curb (most often a right turn lane). 
[7]  Includes enforcement of posted "no turn on red" signs.
[8]  The figures in this row are totals for the 30 months 10-1-06 to 3-31-09, from a table provided by the City.
[9]  The report for this month was generated less than ten days after the end of the month which left a number of Violation Events not yet fully processed ("still in workflow").  Thus it is likely that more citations will be issued, with the maximum being 23 additional citations.
[10]  The report for this month was generated a few days before the end of the month.  Further, there is a (approx.) five day lag in the approval of citations.  As a result, the Citations Issued figures have not been posted to the table above.
[11]  See Big Spike in Ticketing, below.
[12]  This camera operates under an Encroachment Permit issued by the State.  See Set # 3, below.
[13]  In June 2011 a right turn arrow was installed at Nbd Rollins at Millbrae.
[14]  The camera-by-camera figures posted above for 2010 and before are the totals for all lanes enforced by the camera.  If there is sufficient public interest, the lane-by-lane figures will be requested and posted.
[15]  In Nov. 2015 CalTrans added 0.4 sec. to the length of the yellows for the photo-enforced movements at these intersections.  See Set # 8, below.
[16]  Until 2016 Millbrae did not provide the annual report required by CVC 21455.5(i), so highwayrobbery.net estimated the number of straight thru, right, and left turn tickets.  The movements designated in this row are a generalization used to make that estimate.
[17]  See Set # 2, below.
[18]  ATS' 3-31-18 invoice to the City included a credit for M107 being out of service from 3-1-18 to 3-14-18.

The table above was made by highwayrobbery.net, using the following official monthly reports provided by the City:

2005 - June 2009 Reports
Reports received May 3, 2010:
Jun. 2009
Jul. 2009
Aug. 2009
Sep. 2009
Oct. 2009
Nov. 2009
Dec. 2009
Jan. 2010
Feb. 2010
Mar. 2010

Mar. 2010 - July 2010

Jan., Apr., July, Oct. 2011
July 2010 - Nov. 2012

Nov. 2012 - Apr. 2013
May. 2013 - Jan. 2014
Sep. 2010 - Jun. 2014

2013 Full Year
July 2014
Aug. 2014
Sep. 2014
Oct. & Nov. 2014
Dec. 2014 & Jan. 2015
  Jan. - Mar. 2015 and 2014 Full Year
Apr. & May 2015
June 2015
Feb. 2011 - Aug. 2015
Sep. 2015
2010 and Oct. & Nov. 2015

Dec. 2015
Jan. 2016
Feb. & Mar. 2016
Mar. & Apr. 2016
May & June 2016
July - Sep. 2016
Oct. - Nov. 2016
Dec. 2016 - May 2017
June & July 2017
Aug. & Sep. 2017
Oct. 2017 - Apr. 2018

Ticket Counts:  Current Highlights -
2014, 2015, 2016:  BIG Spikes in Ticketing
2018:  Big Drop in Ticketing

The doubling in May 2014 and the jump in June 2015 were subjects of Vic Lee reports on KGO-TV on Aug. 5, 2014 and July 28, 2015, and a Stanley Roberts report on KRON-TV, on July 30, 2015
The San Mateo Daily Journal published:


Aug. 3, 2015 Letter to Editor
Aug. 5, 2015 Letter to Editor
Aug. 11, 2015 Letter to Editor
Aug. 11, 2015 Letter to Editor
Aug. 13, 2015 Article
Aug. 19, 2015 Letter to Editor

Millbrae Press Release, Translated:  The Beatings Will Continue

After Vic Lee's first story highwayrobbery.net received a
press release the City issued around Aug. 18, 2014.  In that press release the City said:

"While the number of citations issued were reduced in July [2014] as we completed our due diligence into the increase, it is anticipated that these numbers will return to the levels of May and June 2014."

Next, March 2016 was the highest ever, by far - until July 2016.


Why are the Spikes Happening?


"Lee attributed the jump in tickets to increased economic activity in Millbrae, as officials have dedicated effort in recent months to improving the city’s downtown."
Millbrae Councilmember Wayne Lee, in 11-21-16 Daily Journal article.

The City's efforts to improve the downtown are to be commended, but the sudden doubling of flashes (the red numbers in the table above) seen beginning in June 2016 at the 101 offramp - and then the sudden drop of ticketing (the black numbers) beginning in April 2017 - both look like the result of human intervention ("endogenous") and probably are not due to changes in the traffic volume associated with local economic activity.


What to Do? 
 
If you have a Millbrae ticket, please contact me.  And - since this camera operates under a State of California Encroachment Permit - be sure to contact your state legislators in Sacramento (see Set # 3, below).

If you wish to contact the city council - or other Bay Area authorities such as the BART board or the SFO Commission, see the contact info near the top of this page.


81% of Tickets were for Right Turns

Per the City's annual report for 2016, 81% of the City's tickets were for right turns.




City of Millbrae Docs Set # 2
2015:  City's Revenue is Double to Three Times the Expense

“We don’t make money off of the traffic cameras,” he said. “We just make enough money to pay back the contractors.”
Claimed by Millbrae Councilmember Wayne Lee, in 11-21-16 Daily Journal article.

The City provided this report of ticket revenue it received from the court.  The figures are "gross," before any City payments to the camera company.

Sum of Amount    
Year Month Total
2006 November 1,381.20
  December 11,191.42
2006 Total   $12,572.62
2007 January 12,364.65
  February 25,123.67
  March 28,698.77
  April 23,386.17
  May 20,861.10
  June 23,748.24
  July 25,829.13
  August 16,996.39
  September 12,457.05
  October 15,312.87
  November 10,724.99
  December 11,276.89
2007 Total   $226,779.92
2008 January 17,081.15
  February 14,319.51
  March 20,183.19
  April 41,992.63
  May 35,160.32
  June 37,892.69
  July 42,803.29
  August 39,392.19
  September 36,456.10
  October 36,934.11
  November 30,207.38
  December 34,532.00
2008 Total   $386,954.56
2009 January 33,048.21
  February 28,537.84
2009 Total   $61,586.05
Grand Total   $687,893.15

Highwayrobbery.net obtained the following monthly figures for 2011 to 2015 directly from the court (in thousands).

Apr2011
51
Jul2011
72
Oct2011
67
Jan2012
62
Apr2012
54
Jul2012
78
Oct2012
81
Jan2013
62
Feb2013
51
Mar2013
51
Apr2013
58
May2013
60


Apr2015
88
May2015
96
Jun2015
122
Jul2015
136
Aug2015
125
Sep2015
123
Oct2015
133
Nov2015
118
Dec2015
90


To see the latest editions - including 2018 - of the Court's official tables of how much fine money the Court has
sent to the City, go to Docs Set # 5 on the San Mateo Docs page.

Millbrae's 2015-2018 revenue figures are displayed in the rightmost column in Set # 1, above.


As of late 2015 Millbrae was paying ATS $26,975 per month for the cameras, and the City was paying the City of San Mateo's police department, which operates the program on behalf of Millbrae, a fee of $5225 per month, for a total of $32,200 per month. 

Then in late 2016 Millbrae agreed to increase the fee paid to San Mateo to $18,550 per month, which was offset, partially, by the scheduled decrease, to $20,975, of the rent paid to ATS.  The new total was $39,525.  (See Set # 4, below, for links to the contracts between Millbrae, ATS and the SMPD.) 

The fees paid to ATS and the SMPD cover all of the routine work associated with the camera program, although Millbrae remains responsible
for responding to public records requests and for providing legal representation when tickets are challenged in court.

"Don't Be Evil"
Part of the corporate motto of a large tech corporation headquartered near Millbrae.





Millbrae Docs Set # 3
Encroachment Permits - The City's Achilles' Heel?

  The Millbrae Avenue/101 camera and the El Camino/Millbrae Avenue camera are located on CalTrans right-of-way, so are operated under two Encroachment Permits the City obtained from CalTrans.  (No Encroachment Permit was required for the cameras at Millbrae Ave./Rollins as neither of those streets is a State highway.)

In June 2015 highwayrobbery.net sent CalTrans a letter suggesting that the accident records did not justify the issuance of the Permits. 
Attachments to the letter:
City's Justification for El Camino/Millbrae Avenue Camera
City's Justification for 101 Freeway/Millbrae Avenue Camera


In Sept. 2015 CalTrans told Millbrae that the City would need to apply to renew the Permits, by Jan. 1, 2016.  Later, CalTrans extended the deadline to apply, to May 1 and on May 4 the City submitted an:  

Encroachment Permit Application, with Traffic Study (and CalTrans Response) (35 MB file)

On July 7, 2016 CalTrans asked the City to provide more information, and set a 45-day deadline. 
(That letter is part of the large file, above.)

On Sept. 9, 2016 CalTrans again extended the deadline, to Oct. 9, and on Oct. 5 the City submitted a:

Revised Traffic Study

The revised study included this colorful graph.

Millbrae red light cameras - Fig 2 from DKS
                  study
From the DKS study - link above - commissioned by the City

In the text following the above graph, the Licensed Professional Engineer who wrote the study suggested that the cameras were responsible for the drop in crashes: 
"The overall number of crashes per year are generally lower with the ARLE  program in operation...."
The engineer made that claim even though crashes were down for 2+ years before Fall 2006 when the first of the cameras were installed.  Also, he did not
address why, after the late 2009 installation
of the prolific cameras at El Camino/Millbrae and 101/Millbrae, crashes rose instead of declining.

Highwayrobbery.net's Oct. 30, 2016 comment letter to CalTrans

If you feel that your Millbrae ticket was unfair, or a trap, or that the rate of accidents wasn't and/or isn't high enough to justify the heavy enforcement, please consider asking your representatives in Sacramento (assemblymember and state senator) to ask CalTrans to refuse to grant the annual renewal of Millbrae's Encroachment Permits.

In Jan. 2018 CalTrans extended both of Millbrae's permits to Feb. 1, 2019.

Some other cities operate cameras under Encroachment Permits.  For more information about those cities and about CalTrans' criteria for the issuance of an Encroachment Permit, see the CalTrans section on the Links page.




Millbrae Docs Set # 4
The Contract - Paying Way Too Much and No Escape - Until 2018

2006 Staff Reports
2006 Contract
2009/2010 Amendment

On March 14, 2006 the city council approved the implementation of a red light camera system, and also the police department's selection of American Traffic Solutions ("ATS") to be the supplier of the system.  The staff report did not reveal why there was no competitive bidding.

On June 13, 2006 the city council held the public hearing required by CVC 21455.6.  A contract was approved by unanimous vote, as Mayor Gottschalk had predicted in his June 8 State of the City address:  

"On June 13, the City Council again will approve a proposal to install red light traffic cameras at Rollins Road and Millbrae Avenue, which could generate additional revenue for the City (but more importantly improve traffic safety)."


Millbrae's system began issuing tickets on Oct. 18, 2006.
  
Until a 2009/2010 amendment
, Millbrae's contract included an illegal "cost neutrality" clause, whereby the city did not have to pay ATS the full rent if the City's fine revenues were insufficient to cover the rent.  See Subsection B. of Defect # 10.  (The effective date of the amendment is believed to be Feb. 4, 2010, but it could be as early as Dec. 31, 2009 or as late as Feb. 18, 2010.  See the amendment.)

The 2006 contract, with an initial term of five years, includes two two-year extensions which were to occur automatically unless the City provided ATS with 120 days prior notice that it wished not to extend.
(Contract extensions should never be automatic!)

The City took no action before the Oct. 2011 end of the five year contract term, thus allowed the contract to automatically extend to Oct. 2013.  In an after-the-fact June 2012 letter to ATS the City confirmed the extension and asked ATS to remove camera M105.

Invoices and check stubs received from the City in June 2013 revealed that Millbrae continued to pay $5395 per camera per month, way too much for equipment averaging five years old.

In Feb. and June 2013 highwayrobbery.net wrote to the city council, suggesting that they negotiate for a better price.

In Oct. 2013 the City again allowed the contract to automatically extend for another two years, to Oct. 2015, without obtaining a better price; invoices received in Feb. 2014 (and again in Feb. 2015) showed that after the second extension, Millbrae continued to pay $5395 for equipment having an average age of seven years (as of Oct. 2014, the midway point of the extension). 

In March 2014 the City of Elk Grove, California approved a new contract which specified the following schedule of rents for their five cameras.


From Exh. D of the Elk Grove Contract

  Millbrae will pay 112% too much (more than double the Elk Grove price schedule) over the two years of the 2013-2015 extension, $342,696 extra.  To cover that extra rent, the City will need to issue an extra 3427 tickets (assuming that the City receives an average of $100 for each ticket issued).
 
And there was no way out.
Millbrae's 2013-2015 contract did not include an escape clause (Termination for Convenience) - something commonly found in other cities' contracts - so the City was locked in until Oct. 2015 and could not cancel or get a better price.

Go to FAQ # 17 for more information about other cities' contracts, and to see how much they pay.

  Millbrae does not process its red light camera tickets.  Nor does the sheriff.  The City has a contract under which it pays the City of San Mateo and its police department a flat fee to process the tickets, appear in court, and run all other aspects of the program.  In a late 2016 amendment to the contract, Millbrae agreed to increase the fee it pays to San Mateo to $18,550, more than triple the previous $5225.
 

  New Contract in November 2015, Expiring 2018 or 2020

At their Nov. 24, 2015 (right before Thanksgiving) meeting the city council reviewed a four page
staff report/resolution package which recommended the continuation of the program.  The package included a two page discussion by staff and a two page draft resolution but did not include a draft of the proposed contract.  The council heard critical comments from two members of the public, and asked questions of staff including the Public Works Director who said (at 0:41:50  in the City's online video of the meeting),
 
"Really, I cannot say for certain if the red light traffic cameras make a difference or not
."

And then the council voted 5 - 0 to accept a contract for three years plus a "potential" two more years "option." 
But it's not clear that in the end the council got what they voted for. 
 
Here is what the staff report/resolution presented to the council (linked above) said about the term of the new contract:

1.   In two places the staff report said, "... a three year term...  with a potential two year further extension if desired by the City."

2.   The resolution said, " ... the option to extend the agreement for an additional two years."

The new contract as signed on Dec. 9, 2015 says: 
 
"TERM:  This agreement shall commence upon the Effective Date and shall continue for a term of three years.  This agreement will automatically extend for a consecutive two year term.  However, Customer or ATS may terminate this agreement at the expiration of any term by providing  written notice of its intent not to extend the agreement one hundred twenty days prior to the expiration of the then-current term."

Opinion:  A councilmember - even one who loves cameras - should have been upset to find out that the contract was worded to make the extra two years automatic, after he or she voted to approve a staff report which said that the extra two years would be "potential" or an "option." 

Under the new contract Millbrae will pay
$5395 for each camera each month during the first twelve months of the three years, and then $4195 during the second and third years, for a total payout of $827,100.  But at Elk Grove prices (see Elk Grove table, above) Millbrae would pay only $376,704 over the three years, less than half of what it has agreed to pay. 
To make that extra
$450,396, the City will need to issue 4504 extra tickets over the three years (assuming that the City's share from each paid ticket is $150, and that 2/3 of the tickets issued are paid).

The City is stuck with those prices - the new contract has been signed by all parties, and it still does not contain an escape clause.  As a result, the city council cannot shut the cameras off without breaching the contract.  Fortunately for the motoring public, CalTrans has the power to shut down two of the cameras, M106 and M107, by refusing to renew the encroachment permits for those cameras.  
CalTrans could make a decision about the renewal as soon as the middle of December 2018, so NOW is the time to act.   See Set # 3, above.  

Additional materials:
Minutes of the 11-24-15 Council Meeting
Link to Video (discussion begins at 33:40 in the first video segment)


  August 2018:  Will Council Allow the Contract to Auto Renew?

The council must act before Aug. 9, 2018 if it wishes to avoid automatic renewal for two more years.  Please write to them (email addresses are near top of this page), or call them.

Opinion:  Extensions should never be automatic - this is not a cable TV contract!  Extensions should occur only after a thorough review of safety, by the council, just before the proposed extension would begin.

There is also the issue of the price.  During the two year extension the City will pay an extra $311,400, compared to Elk Grove prices.  To make that extra money the City will need to issue 3114 extra tickets during the two years.

And then there is the issue of the contract not including an escape clause.    

This list of contracts and amendments was up-to-date as of June 12, 2018.





City of Millbrae Docs Set # 5
Cameras at Risk?

In June 2012 it was reported that thieves stole components of the camera systems in Cerritos, another ATS customer.  (Cerritos closed its cameras in 2016.)





City of Millbrae Docs Set # 6
Guidelines

In July 2014 I asked the City for the guidelines required by CVC 21455.5(c)(1) and the annual report required by CVC 21455.5(i).  They provided only the
guidelines, which were only one page.

In Feb. 2015 the City provided
guidelines and business rules.



Millbrae Docs Set # 7
Prevailing Wage Action

ATS' construction work in the City was the subject of a
Prevailing Wage lawsuit.




City of Millbrae Docs Set # 8
Signal Timing - Were the Yellows Too Short?


Signal timing charts for the two intersections where the signals are maintained by CalTrans:

Received Feb. 2015, from City
Internal correspondence, received from CalTrans in Jan. 2016, revealed that they lengthened the yellows.
More internal correspondence, received from CalTrans in Apr. 2016, provides more details about the lengthening of the yellows.

Signal timing charts for Millbrae/Rollins, where the signal is maintained by the City:

Received Sept. 2015, from City
Received Oct. 2015, from City
Received Dec. 2015, from City, along with note from city clerk: "No modifications [of the chart] since 2013."




City of Millbrae Docs Set # 9
Countywide Info

Including a Grand Jury Report about the Cameras

Look in Countywide Info on the San Mateo Docs page for info about the judges, the court, and the Grand Jury.





City of Millbrae Docs Set # 10
More Coming

There may be some more Millbrae information posted in the next few weeks.  Mark your calendar to remind you to come back here and look!



 
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