Columbia's street lighting plans have been lit up with controversy ever since the Columbia Daily Tribune quoted a police officer advising against using lighting as a "cost-cutting mechanism." At issue is the city utility's proposal to reduce wattage or remove more than a quarter of the city's 8,950 street lights.
Today's Question: Streetlights and the city budget
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