The city is nearly halfway finished turning on all arterial streetlights, and plans to have all of them turned on by mid-November. Colorado Springs government turned off about 8,000 streetlights in 2009 as a cost-cutting measure. All residential streetlights were turned back on in 2010. All remaining arterial lights – about 2,150 at last count […]
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