Local News July 9, 2014 kendra 0 LaFayette installs LED lights 0 0 0 00 0 0 more LaFayette installs LED lights July 9, 2014 kendra now playing Americans Don't Take Enough Vacation, Wasting 206 Million Days Off July 9, 2014 kendra now playing Giving Spotlight: the Food Bank of East Alabama July 9, 2014 kendra now playing Annual Christmas Festival brightens courthouse square July 9, 2014 kendra now playing Lanett lights tree Monday July 9, 2014 kendra Time to write Santa Claus July 9, 2014 kendra Commission approves two grants for emergency service July 9, 2014 kendra Commission honors Winston One of six 100-year-olds recognized July 9, 2014 kendra Chambers unemployment shows slight uptick July 9, 2014 kendra Mike’s Musings - All She Wants For Christmas Is To Be Cancer Free July 9, 2014 kendra My Garden Of Life - All Dogs Go To Heaven July 9, 2014 kendra Downtown LaFayette’s streetlights just became more energy efficient. Last week, the city installed 30 new LED cobra head lights on fixtures around the city. The lights were purchased thanks to a program called the LED Street Lighting Project, which is administered by WRATT (Waste Reduction And Technology Transfer Foundation). LaFayette’s grant from WRATT was funded through the ARC (Appalachian Regional Commission). The purpose of the grant is to allow the city to provide better, more efficient lighting, increasing visibility while saving money. Above, city employee Andrew Gregory installs one of the new LED lights. Related posts: City receives ARC grant Council pursuing grants Work begins on LaFayette’s CDBG water line project County Schools begin classes 0 00 0 0 previous Commission hears opinion on firearms at voting sites next Chambers County Sheriff's Department suffers tragic loss kendra Related Posts Annual Christmas Festival brightens courthouse square December 6, 2017 slandon 0 Lanett lights tree Monday December 6, 2017 slandon 0 Time to write Santa Claus December 6, 2017 slandon 0 LEAVE YOUR COMMENT Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.