The camera at Montrose and Pulaski avenues in Albany Park and the eye-in-the-sky at Foster and Elston avenues are set to be removed by the Chicago Department of Transportation, Laurino said in a statement.
Before the cameras are removed, city officials will hold a hearing from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Mayfair Community Church, 5040 N. Pulaski Ave.
City transportation officials will discuss the criteria for removing the cameras that issue $100 fines and answer questions about the department's traffic safety programs, Laurino said.
A Chicago Sun-Times investigation found the controversial cameras had raked in $284.9 million in fines citywide since Mayor Rahm Emanuel took office.
The camera at Montrose and Pulaski avenues generated $427,630 in fines after issuing 3,555 tickets from 2011 through July, according to information obtained by the newspaper.
The camera at Elston and Foster avenues generated $491,415 in fines after issuing 3,693 tickets from 2011 through July, according to information obtained by the newspaper.
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