Albany considering plan to crack down ATVs on public streets

August 23, 2019 05:24 PM

The city of Albany is moving forward with a measure to crack down on people illegally driving ATVs on public streets.

City residents say it's a quality of life issue.


To combat it, Albany wants to create a program that gives rewards to people who provide information leading to arrests.

The measure cleared a Commom Council committee and will be voted on by the full council next month.


WNYT Staff

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