Gov. Kate Brown forgives $1.8 million in traffic fines and fees. Learn more here.
Gov. Kate Brown is forgiving some 7,000 Oregonians of their uncollected traffic fines and fees.
The governor issued the order Wednesday for court fines and fees that are associated with certain traffic violations that result in debt-based license suspensions. That’s about $1.8 million in fees.
Impacted drivers may soon seek reinstatement of their suspended license through the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Here is the full announcement from Gov. Brown’s office:
(Salem, OR) — Governor Kate Brown today issued an order that remitted uncollected court fines and fees associated with certain traffic violation cases…
Bend PD performed an impromptu safety enforcement detail on Sunday. Find out more here.
Bend police officers issued several traffic citations during an impromptu safety enforcement detail on Sunday.
Four officers carried out seven traffic stops between 8:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. on NE 3rd St. and the North Parkway near Empire Ave.
Citations included driving 80 mph in a 45-mph zone and operating a motor vehicle while using a cell phone.
The Bend Police Department would like to remind drivers to follow the speed limit, avoid distracted driving, and to wear seat belts in order to arrive safely at their destination and enjoy the warm weather.