The streets in Dougherty County will be getting a little brighter soon. A new lighting policy has been approved into the county's budget, it will add 100 new street lights on several intersections and existing neighborhoods.
County Administrator Richard Crowdis says spending money for streetlights is a good way to spend public funds since it improves safety in the county.
The project will begin in the coming weeks, the lights are expected to be fully installed by the end of the year.
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