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Salina city commissioners agreed to move forward with an audit to determine whether a proposed project to spend $1.198 million replace almost 300 downtown lights with LED lights would save the city money. The project is a collaborative effort between Philips Lighting and Johnson Controls, of Kansas City. Preliminary estimates projected that savings over the current lights would pay for the new lighting in 23 years.
12/6 The Salina Journal