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Then how will we see all the potholes?
this is a great idea.....there are too many street lights and town-owned building floodlights which burn during the night...maybe have a percentage of these lights [30% ?] go off at some late hour, say 1:00pm. then the issues of security would be addressed, while still saving some money.another avenue of income for the town to pursue would be to crack down on vehicles with out-of-state license plates [mainly vermont.] these people are flagrantly driving around breaking the law, while those of us law-abiding citizens have registered our cars in connecticut within the required 30 days.come on mr. mayor, lets see you make this a priority too !!!-billy from bristol
Did the city ever get any of the street light money it was over-billed?
making it darker and darker .as the city's population grows older and older .maybe they should start w/ all the lights by senior residences .this really is how the world ends isn't it ?
JUST MORE MONEY FOR THE SCHOOL BOARD . BRISTOL WILL SINK FAST IF WE DONT HAVE MAJOR LAYOFFS SOON.
What did they say in Seattle?
7:02Ward has his hand on the switch.
12:46 - your bulb is already as dim as a wattage shortage could be so watt-ever you are supporting might not be watt is in the best interests of the community. Know watt I mean? Watt-ever.
10:22Sorry to disagree with you, but I support what is best for the community, I support what will make Bristol more attractive.Potholes are not an attraction.And Wardie could have cut down on light 2 years ago, but like with so many other things, he just dragged his feet.I am confident YOU know WATT I mean
1:57 - couldn't teach before and can't take a lesson now - dunce.
1:57: You whine about EVERYTHING "Wardie" does. Sounds like a personal problem. You know watt I mean?
8:46 - refer to 7:49.
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