City officials and representatives of Comcast announced a plan to significantly expand the city’s Project Green Light, in which businesses install high-definition cameras that police can use to monitor and solve crimes in real time.

Until now, businesses had to pay $4,000 to $6,000 to install the cameras, an up-front cost that kept many businesses from participating in the program, Mayor Mike Duggan said. Now, Comcast has a new plan in which the cable and Internet provider will install the cameras and necessary equipment for $1,000, with businesses paying about $140 a month for the service, including 30 days of storage of video from every camera at a business. (freep.com – Matt Helms) Click here to read the entire story!

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