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The city may make one more push toward trying to break a stalemate on how many "green" streetlights to install across Chattanooga. The City Council is considering a rollout of 26,000 lights -- at a cost of $18 million -- with the city floating three bonds over three different years. The City Council reached a stalemate Tuesday night on the best option to pay for the lights and how many to either buy or lease. The administration brought forth a resolution to spend $6 million on 5,200 lights to cover downtown and some key streets.
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