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Camas begins replacing its streetlights with LEDs

The city of Camas kicked off a project this month to replace more than 3,000 streetlights with LED bulbs. The $3 million project will replace about 2,000 “cobra head” streetlights — the ones attached to an arm that hangs over streets — and about 1,100 “acorn” lights — the more decorative ones that typically sit on top of a pole — according to Steve Wall, Camas’ public works director, and add lights to Pacific Rim Boulevard. The cobra head lights are expected to be fully in place by mid-March, and the acorn lights, which are in more residential areas, will start switching over in late March or early April and continue through late spring or early summer.

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