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Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Bethlehem Township Manager Howard Kutzler: Let There Be Light

When driving through Bethlehem Township, do you see any street lights that are flickering, dim or completely out? If you do, Township Manager Howard Kutzler wants to know about it. Calling it one of his "pet peeves," he's prepared a link at the Township's web page for reporting outages.

Kutzler explains that the Township pays $10-11 per light pole every month, regardless whether the lights are working. So it's a pet peeve that costs the Township money. So far, he and his staff have found 50 nonoperational lights. "We're asking the public to help," Kutzler asked.


Anonymous said...

I guess he never drove into my neighborhood where all the lights are out and have been for quite some time.

Come to think of it, there aren't any poles with lights on them, wtf&$^%)*@#.

Bernie O'Hare said...

Go to the Township web page and make a report.

Anonymous said...

Finally a new service that is useful. Kudos to the town.

Anonymous said...

I think the twp should charge a fee for anyone that calls and requests information, even on the web site.

Actually the question would be free but the answer is a flat fee of $10.00, that would shut up all the geezers who call to find out which one of their neighbors farted!

Anonymous said...

I will fart when I want to.

Zorn said...

Bo - reference anon 2:47

and you criticize me

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