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Allegra Kitchens

City Commissioner

City of Palatka

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Putnam County Courier Journal


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Putnam County Property Appraiser's Office


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Palatka High School

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Palatka city commissioner Allegra Kitchens said her city has a population of less than 10,000 but more than 35,000 cars travel through there on a daily basis.
Numbers peak at around 80,000 cars in high season, she said. Because Palatka has the only bridge to cross St. John's River, Kitchens said people have to go through town to travel from Gainesville to St. Augustine. Because of the high volume of traffic, she said, the city has also had an issue with red-light runners. Before the city implemented a red-light camera program, Palatka Police set up an operation at the intersection of State Road 20 and State Road 19 to see the evidence firsthand. "In one hour, 31 people ran red lights and police wrote 23 tickets," Kitchens said. "The camera does not lie," Kitchens said. Kitchens said the city has only made enough money to pay back the costs of the installations, which comes to about $15,000 total for the city's four cameras, over a period of four to five months. "We've gotten a few thousand dollars on it and that's not anything to write home about right now," Kitchens said, "but the important thing is saving lives, which could be my life because if I'd get a dollar for every time I've almost been hit in the past two months, I'd take you out to a steak dinner."


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Other politicians included newly elected Tax Collector Linda Myers, Palatka Mayor Vernon Myers, Palatka Commissioner Allegra Kitchens and re-elected Putnam County Property Appraiser Tim Parker.


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Putnam County Library System director Stephen Crowley and Palatka City Commissioner Allegra Kitchens look at 'Five Such Men,' a book about the Middleton family. Kitchens, a friend of the family, made the presentation on behalf of the family. By MARCIA LANE, marcia.lane@staugustine.com
Putnam County Library System director Stephen Crowley and Palatka City Commissioner Allegra Kitchens look at 'Five Such Men,' a book about the Middleton family. Kitchens, a friend of the family, made the presentation on behalf of the family.


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