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For a city site, Cylburn is ideal for growing poinsettias — the greenhouses are on an isolated hilltop far from streetlights, which makes for laboratory-like conditions.
One hundred times faster than today’s 4G networks, 5G will support the millions of devices that make up the Internet of Things: parking meters, streetlights, elevators, security cameras, and other connected devices.
The streetlights, which will cost $18,500 each to make and install on the sidewalks, are intended to replicate Van Ness’ original trolley poles.
The flames had somehow lodged someone's garage door on top of a streetlight.
Those antennas would be close to the ground, or atop buildings and streetlights, in contrast to the tall ones now that sit along highways.
Even the brown walls have a tinge of moss, and the rare burgundies of cinemas and streetlights, not to mention the scarlets of blood, are warnings.
Norridge officials used state grant funds and rebates to install new high-efficiency streetlights across the village during the past year.
Those poles were converted to streetlights, with signature teardrop fixtures, around the time the Golden Gate Bridge opened in 1937.
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