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Woonsocket to turn lights back on

November 29, 2011

WOONSOCKET — Buoyed by a positive financial forecast, the city is ready to restore one of the first and most controversial casualties of the recession — streetlights.
With the support of Mayor Leo T. Fontaine, Councilman William Schneck will introduce a measure during his last meeting Monday calling on National Grid to reactivate about 1,200 streetlights that were shut off at the city’s request in March 2010.

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