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Oak Forest getting brighter, less costly streetlights

Oak Forest will participate in a ComEd program that will install LED streetlights throughout the city, which is expected to save taxpayers money.

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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