Windsor Square Residents to Vote on Lighting Project

| June 1, 2012 | 0 Comments
Windsor Square lighting project

HOMEOWNERS will weigh in on proposed lighting project.

Windsor Square homeowners will be asked to weigh in on a proposed project to improve safety and lighting on neighborhood streets.

A straw poll ballot is being mailed to a portion of Windsor Square residents by city officials seeking their approval of the proposed improvement project and the assessment. The ballot will go to homeowners on the following streets: Beachwood, Plymouth, Windsor, Lorraine and Irving between First and Third streets. It will include an estimated cost per parcel.

Norma Isahakian, city Bureau of Street Lighting, said her department needs to receive 70 percent approval to go ahead with designs and seek construction bids. Funding will come from the property owners and the Bureau will be contributing $100,000 to the project. The costs can be spread out over 10 years.

John Welborne, chairman of the Windsor Square Association lighting committee, said for questions concerning the project, go to “This is an important step forward. Residents will benefit from the improved lighting, and I urge those who receive the straw poll ballots to return marked ‘in favor,'” Welborne said.

A map of the proposed lighting project is online at in the “Safety & Security” section.

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