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‘Why is Kingston Avenue Still Dark’

Crown Heights activist Sholom Ber Goldstein says promises to keep local street lit up at night for safety and security purposes have not been fulfilled. Full Story

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Well done
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Well done

Much needed and Kol hakavod

insane!!!!!
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insane!!!!!

to save a few $$$???? how about to save a few lives???!!!!

Mendoza
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Mendoza

Rashi Says On the posuk
Aisoff Sonah Es Yaakov
It’s The law
So what Do you expect

Empire
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Empire

What about Empire Blvd? It is very dark at night from New York Ave to Troy. And even the weak lighting that does exist is blocked by all the trees.

Caring person
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Caring person

Thank u so much for your time

eric adams
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eric adams

when in 6 years has eric adams done anything of concern to the frum population anywhere in Brooklyn? And he wants to be mayor?

Don't bother with local elected officials
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Don't bother with local elected officials

Since when has that been a resource for anything we need? Go way above and speak to government.

What about the trees?
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What about the trees?

It looks to me that the problem is not the lights themselves but the trees near the street lights are blocking the light. Either trim the trees or put additional lights lower on the streetlight poles.

Berel
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Berel

problem is the lights

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