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After Village of Pelham Manor board passes law, red-light-camera ticketing begins at Four Corners

The Village of Pelham Manor board Tuesday passed a local law authorizing the use of the newly installed red light cameras at the Four Corners intersection. Starting on Sunday, the cameras were on and ticketing.  

“This has been an ongoing practice, and it is the last piece of the puzzle to get this up and running,” said Mayor Jennifer Monachino Lapey. “I think this is a no-brainer, and we are so committed to this effort.”

Pelham Manor Village Manager Lindsey Luft described the law as “a necessary action for the Four Corners intersection.”

Police Officer Daniel Suspiro (center in suit) with members of the board of trustees and village officials.

Police Officer Daniel Suspiro was sworn into the Pelham Manor Police Department. Suspiro is 29 and lives in Mount Vernon, where he began his law enforcement career in December 2021. He is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish and has several training certificates.

“I could not be more excited for this appointment,” Monachino Lapey said. “I also know my colleagues are also very excited about this as well.” 


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