New security cameras approved for Lewis & Clark High School

SPOKANE, Wash. – A proposal for new security cameras in front of Lewis and Karko High School has been approved. The cameras will be placed in the parking lot under I-90 to address safety concerns. The proposal was unanimously approved at the Wednesday, Jan. 18 school board meeting.

Spokane Public Schools has contracted with Camtek Inc. costing more than $322,000 to install cameras. SPS says the cameras will be mounted on poles anchored to the ground, rather than on the existing bridge structure. The county says the cameras will meet federal Department of Transportation requirements.

READ: Spokane Public Schools plans to install security cameras in the parking lot near Lewis and Clark High School

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