Plan to Install New Public Lighting on The Streets North of The Campus
Several streets near the mountain campus. People plan to install new public lighting(CLASSIC). The project is a continuation of urban policy and aims to add lighting to the various blocks of the city.
The City Council held the first of two public hearings on Monday for the Special Assessment Area. It is scheduled to be part of the regular committee meeting on January 28.
Assuming the committee advances the proposal, the second public comment may be finalized at the meeting on February 11.
The neighborhood pedestrian public lighting project was launched in 2014 and a pedestrian street public lighting was installed on part of Washington Street. The lights were installed in the streets of Washington, Franklin, Lansing, Douglas and University in 2014 and 2016, and were installed from Bridgeley's Broadway Street in 2017 and 2018.
“This is about the safety of pedestrians and the safety of neighboring owners because the lighting in the area is better,” said city manager Nancy Redley.
The fees paid by each owner will be determined based on the positive amount they have.
Ridley said that affected owners will have up to six years to pay their assessed share, pay at a rate of 3%, or they can pay the full cost in one lump sum.
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