SALT LAKE CITY — Utah lawmakers could soon move to stop homeowners’ associations (HOAs) from banning security cameras.
Lawmakers to HOAs: no more banning cameras
“This will allow people to secure their premises and their homes in an adequate manner,” she tells the Deseret News.
During a discussion Tuesday afternoon, Sen. Curt Bramble, R-Provo, refuted claims that security cameras could potentially violate the privacy of neighbors.
“That’s why it’s limited to your building. It prohibits putting cameras in open areas,” he explains. “For example, you can’t put it on a post by the swimming pool.”
The bill has already been unanimously approved by the Business and Labor Interim Committee, meaning that it will be considered by the full Legislature in January’s session.
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