The Bipartisan March to 1984
Liberals and Conservatives lock arms nationwide to expand and fully fund the 1984 Big Brother Police Surveillance State.
About two dozen fake cactus already serve as cover for cell towers, but some people were alarmed to see cameras being place in cactus around town.
While town leaders didn't initially want to talk with us about the cameras, we did end up getting some explanation.
If you look close enough at the cactus as you drive through Paradise Valley and you might see some "cact-eyes" looking back.
"I've lived here for 30 years, and I've never seen cameras in a saguaro before," said Randy Evans.
One cactus camera was installed at the roundabout near 40th Street and Standford on Tuesday.
"There were these guys on ladders, these were 3 1/2 foot ladders, and they work working on the top of the cactus, putting the cactus together, a fake cactus," said Susanne Chamberlain.
Residents are now curious what the cameras will be used for.
"Your guess is as good as mine," said Evans.
"I thought maybe y'all knew what it was," said Chamberlain.
FOX 10 asked Paradise Valley Police about the cameras, but they said they were not prepared to make a statement at this time. At City Hall people were also hesitant to talk with FOX 10 about the cameras, saying they wanted to wait until all the cameras were installed, but eventually the Town Manager answered some of the questions.
"The town is embarking on the installation of license plate readers," said Kevin Burke, Paradise Valley Town Manager.
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