By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
SEYMOUR >> The Board of Education recently terminated its contract with
a Louisiana-based company promising to install exterior cameras on school buses, aimed at
catching motorists who illegally blow by them.
That’s because the company, Bus Shield LLC, failed to live up to its end of
the bargain in the agreed-upon timeframe, according to Superintendent of Finance
and Operations Rick Belden.
“Bus Shield did not provide the required services (survey and installation of
test cameras) in the appropriate time period,” Belden said.
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