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Many bat species are light shy, and will avoid outdoor lighting like streetlights or floodlit buildings, while others are drawn to the insects those lights attract.
Mackenzie Higgins went out and got Indianapolis' first new streetlights in more than three decades.
Light pollution occurs when streetlights and other artificial light sources brighten up the night sky, disrupting ecosystems and obscuring stars.
Before dawn Wednesday, Maria’s howling winds pelted San Juan with driving rain that knocked down street signs and broke streetlights in the historic old city.
In the sprawling metropolis of San Juan, crisscrossed by major highways and multilane streets, most streetlights are not functioning.
The idea is for city buildings, streetlights and parks eventually to be self-powered by solar panels, wind turbines and other sources through the new Altamonte Electric Utility in an effort to reduce the city’s electric bill, Martz said.
Some neighborhoods have seen considerable improvements in the past few years, including new streetlights, better trash pickup, renovated public parks, improved EMS response time and expanded bus service.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the new security precautions, which includes 12 checkpoints along the 2-mile route, more police officers and streetlight poles.
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