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The Forecaster Features the Town of Freeport's LED Streetlight Upgrade Project

February 21, 2018

FREEPORT — The town wants to know what type of street lights residents would like to see before converting more than 200 lights to LED fixtures.

Officials said the change could save the town up to 65 percent in electricity costs. 

Demonstration LED fixtures, which are more energy efficient and last longer than standard lights, have been installed in front of Town Hall for residents to consider.

LED fixtures come in a variety of colors, ranging from a yellow tint to blue, depending on temperature. Two of the four in front of Town Hall are 3,000 kelvin – shedding a warmer light – and the other two are 4,000 – giving off a cooler hue. 

Of the four lights installed, two are labeled “A” and two “B,” but it is not specified which letter represents which temperature.

Residents are asked to tell Town Planner Donna Larson which lights they prefer, by emailing her either “A” or “B” – depending on their preference – prior to the Feb. 27 Town Council meeting.

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