SFPD Gets Solar Radar Trailer
SENECA FALLS — With help from Seneca Meadows Landfill, the town Police Department could wind up writing more speeding tickets.
In an effort to make roads in the town safer, the police department has acquired a radar trailer. Lt. Tim Snyder reached out to Seneca Meadows officials, and they responded with funding to pay for half of a speed-monitoring system that will be used on highways, roads and streets in the town.
Police Chief Stuart Peenstra said the solar-powered unit is going into service in time for the upcoming school year.
“Seneca Meadows’ continued partnership with the Seneca Falls Police Department has benefited all residents of Seneca Falls, and we are pleased to continue the partnership with them well into the future,” Peenstra said in a press release.