Oak Forest getting brighter, less costly streetlights


Public Works Director Richard Rincich told aldermen this week that ComEd has replaced 72 lights with the energy-efficient bulbs during the past two years and now will replace all the others to enable the city to save on its electric bill — an estimated $10,000 this year, and about $13,000 annually in future years…Please click here to read Gregory Tejeda’s story in the Tribune/Daily Southtown.

Click here to learn more about ComEd’s cost-saving lighting program.

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