End Money Generating Speed Traps, Says Chesterfield Man

CHESTERFIELD, MO. (KMOX) – A Chesterfield resident wants to do away with speed traps that are designed for nothing more than to generate revenue.

Steve Boriss, who admits he’s been caught in speed traps, has formed the group F.U.S.E. (for Freedom from Un-American Speed Enforcement) which he hopes will become a sounding-board that leads to more responsible ticketing practices.

“We are inviting municipalities and police to join us to develop sensible speed enforcement policies,  policies that do what they’re supposed to do,  take dangerous drivers off the road and stop harassing innocent citizens” Boriss told KMOX News.

He’d like to see dialogue in all of the more than 90 municipalities in St. Louis County but he will start the effort Wednesday night in Chesterfield where council is to vote on a state recommendation to raise the speed limit on Olive and Clarkson.

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