Moreno Valley: Council to discuss tur...

Moreno Valley: Council to discuss turning off street lights

There are 1 comment on the The Press-Enterprise story from Jan 18, 2011, titled Moreno Valley: Council to discuss turning off street lights. In it, The Press-Enterprise reports that:

At today's study session, the Moreno Valley City Council will discuss ways to pay for residential street lights, a law to protect rental properties from crime, a proposal to rename part of Cactus Avenue and the addition of "In God We Trust" to the city's motto.

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MomBomb

Moreno Valley, CA

#1 Jan 18, 2011
Perhaps all the money they spent on outdoor signage that could withstand the weather, the straps to attach them to every other light post, and the labor involved in posting this could have gone toward extending the lighting.

I'm not getting into the administrative costs of time wasted coming up with this idea or the vehicle and gas compensation involved in the actual posting of the signs.

Once there was a time when public service was a "duty", and you did it along with your "day" job. I think it's time that the council people take a cut.

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