As we zip around town trying not to be late for work, outings with friends, school, the soccer game or whatever else keeps us all in such a hurry, we’ve probably all had moments when the yellow light actually urges us to hit the gas rather than slow down. Then, one day the City’s red light cameras came along. Does yellow still mean “pedal to the metal” for you, or does the kindergarten teaching that yellow means “caution” — and the risk of a traffic fine — cause your foot to reach for the brake instead? Are our red light cameras really working to prevent accidents and save lives, or is it just another way for the City to raise money? Check out some of the background and various arguments on this topic in The Village Square‘s “Get Local” Tallahassee section of our We the Wiki website. The content of our Wiki is made greater by factual, civil, diverse contributions from people like you. So, go ahead — check it out. And we hope you’ll even be moved to add some information, a new angle of the debate, or even an op-ed. If you’re a first-time user, be sure to check out the Tools & Tips page, too. And if you have trouble with the site using Internet Explorer, try switching over to Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari.