Mon June 3, 2013
Plan for Dewey Beach Surveillance Cameras
The Dewey Beach Town Council has decided to delay the decision on whether or not to buy surveillance cameras for the resort until their June 14th session.
There is a proposal to put up 8 surveillance cameras in the downtown area…to deter crime.
The plan would cost around $100-thousand.
Marc Appelbaum, the town manager told the Salisbury Daily Times, that there were some technical and cost questions the council wanted to pursue.
The cameras were suggested by the Dewey Beach Public Safety Task Force earlier this year.