From the start of 2015 when they first went live through mid-2020, the two red-light cameras […] have brought the village roughly $13 million in revenue – an average of about $2.2 million per year – which it has used to help pay its annual police and fire pension obligation.

But the clock is ticking on that critical revenue stream, the village’s administrator revealed publicly for the first time earlier this month, and it very possibly could be lost forever.

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