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Eyes on you: Cleveland's new camera locations

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New locations announced for "the city's eyes" New locations announced for "the city's eyes"
CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

New locations are announced for Cleveland's portable camera unit locations. 

Last May legislation passed to double the number of fixed and portable camera sites. 

You'll now notice there are about 50 fixed cameras and 15 portable sites.

The mayor's office released these locations that will be active until March 3, 2014.

- 4312 Lee Road

- 4050 Block of Superior

- Rocky River and Maplewood Avenue

- 4067 West 150th Street

- St. Clair and East 124th Street

- 16107 Waterloo

- 11400 Block of Edgewater Drive

- 5301 Lorain Avenue

- 6793 Franklin Avenue

- 4210 Payne Avenue

- 2416 East 55th Street

- 9270 Denison Avenue

- 17700 Block of Euclid

- 3241 West 65th Street

- 2300 Clark Avenue

Cameras at the below intersections will become operational on March 28 and warning notices may be issued to motorists beginning on March 14.

· St. Clair Avenue at E. 105th St 
· St. Clair Avenue at E. 152nd St 
· Woodland Avenue at E. 30th St 
· Lorain Avenue at W. 65th St 
· Stokes Boulevard at Cedar 
· Woodland Avenue at E. 55th St 
  
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