BEAUFORT — A state commission examining the use of traffic cameras in South Carolina was supposed to have issued its report this week but has not done so because the panel never met.
The Beaufort Gazette reports the panel was created as part of a law passed last June banning use of cameras to issue speeding tickets.
Gov. Nikki Haley’s office says a glitch in the law left out who was to be on the commission. Chairman Glenn McCall is ready to proceed once the members are determined.
Ridgeland became the first municipality in South Carolina to use cameras to catch speeders when it stationed them on Interstate 95 last year.
The town has since ended the program.