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SEATTLE — Some West Seattle residents expressed anger Wednesday about the police department’s waterfront surveillance cameras.
Mayor Mike McGinn said the cameras will not be turned on until the public has a chance to voice its concerns. And some did just that at a hearing Wednesday.
More public sessions are to be held on the issue.
Watch the video about Wednesday’s hearing below: