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What's with the City's preoccupation of replacing perfectly good streetlights with something we have to buy, maintain, and get billed power usage for? I don't see any problem with the utility installed luminaires we currently have on most of our streets. I recently noticed the new fixtures on Park Ave. near Winn-Dixie and a bunch more in a pile behind a building over there. Utility installed lights are supplied with power and maintained for a fixed monthly fee per unit. This looks like just another Public Works boondoggle to me. Get rid of Tim Pinter, he's every bit as bad as Rony Joel ever was.
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