Lynn Thompson
Seattle Times
August 7, 2010

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Mukilteo residents will be the first in the state to vote on red-light cameras.

A Snohomish County Superior Court judge ruled Friday that voters can have their say in November on an initiative that requires the city to get voter approval any time it wants to install a traffic-enforcement camera.

Anti-tax activist Tim Eyman, who gathered signatures for the initiative in Mukilteo, his hometown, applauded the judge’s ruling. He predicted that Mukilteo residents would reject the controversial cameras.

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“We’re thrilled that the judge won’t stop voters from voting,” Eyman said.

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