Power is coming back on. And that means that traffic lights are once again operating as normal.
Red-light runners in Boyton Beach beware, though, because the city has officially re-booted their Red Light Camera systems.
City commissioners decided in August to resume the program of 15 cameras at seven locations starting Sept. 1. The first two weeks were a warning period and drivers received a notice in the mail.
The cameras went back online as of Friday. Camera locations include:
• Northwest 8th Street and West Boynton Beach Boulevard (southbound)
• Boynton Beach Boulevard and North Seacrest Boulevard (eastbound)
• South Federal Highway and Southeast 23rd Avenue (northbound & southbound)
• East Gateway Boulevard and North Congress Avenue (northbound, southbound, eastbound & westbound)
• West Boynton Beach Boulevard/Northwest Second Avenue and North Congress Avenue (northbound & eastbound)
• West Woolbright Road and South Congress Avenue (northbound, southbound, eastbound & westbound)
• West Woolbright Road and Southwest 8th Street/Corporate Drive (eastbound)
The fine for violating a red light cam is $158 with no point on the driver’s record. The driver can also choose to request a hearing.
Failure to respond to the violation notice within 60 days could result in a fine of $264.
Anyone who violates the camera can expect to receive a notice of violation, rather than a warning, by the city.