South San Francisco, CA June 21, 2016 Submitted by Peggy Deras
Fellow SSF Residents
If you are as concerned as we are about the 2014 installation of LED streetlights in SSF, that are too white, too bright and cover too small an area, leaving dangerous dark areas on our streets and sidewalks…Please join us at the City Council Meeting tomorrow evening to (again) raise a ruckus over this unattended issue. The residents of the city of Davis, California did just that when they halted their city’s installation of 4000 watt LED streetlights and forced the city to change the lights to warmer LED lights in their residential neighborhoods.
It CAN be done.
Won’t you please join us?
Podium speakers especially welcome
Public Comments generally take place within the first part of the meeting. Thank you for your support.
Regular City Council Meeting
June 22, 7:00 PM @ Municipal Services Building
33 Arroyo Drive
South San Francisco
EDITORS NOTE: The street lighting has been an issue for many neighbors since the installation. A pilot program was put into place by the City after tremendous outcry from residents with questionable results. A current group has worked to obtain information to remedy this problem and would like support at the City Council meeting tomorrow evening. To read past articles regarding our City street lighting please CLICK HERE