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LEDs to light Langley’s streets

Heeding the advice and concern of Langley citizens, as well as data from the American Medical Association, Langley officials will replace nearly all 100 traditional sodium streetlights with 3,000-Kelvin bulb light emitting diodes, also known as LEDs. Mayor Tim Callison said at Monday night’s city council meeting that the city expects to save $2,500 a year as a result of the switch. The savings will eventually be used to replace 4,000-Kelvin bulbs installed on Second Street two years ago during a renovation project.

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