LED’s to illuminate Sidney


American Lighting and Signalization employee Kenny Norton, of Dayton, replaces a hi pressure street light on East Parkwood Street with a new more efficient light emitting diode (LED) light Wednesday, March 7. Norton has been replacing street lights with the new LED lights for a couple of months now. Norton said the city of Sidney is replacing all of its street lights with the new LED lights which will save money.

American Lighting and Signalization employee Kenny Norton, of Dayton, replaces a hi pressure street light on East Parkwood Street with a new more efficient light emitting diode (LED) light Wednesday, March 7. Norton has been replacing street lights with the new LED lights for a couple of months now. Norton said the city of Sidney is replacing all of its street lights with the new LED lights which will save money.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

American Lighting and Signalization employee Kenny Norton, of Dayton, replaces a hi pressure street light on East Parkwood Street with a new more efficient light emitting diode (LED) light Wednesday, March 7. Norton has been replacing street lights with the new LED lights for a couple of months now. Norton said the city of Sidney is replacing all of its street lights with the new LED lights which will save money.

American Lighting and Signalization employee Kenny Norton, of Dayton, replaces a hi pressure street light on East Parkwood Street with a new more efficient light emitting diode (LED) light Wednesday, March 7. Norton has been replacing street lights with the new LED lights for a couple of months now. Norton said the city of Sidney is replacing all of its street lights with the new LED lights which will save money.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/03/web1_SDN030818Lights.jpgAmerican Lighting and Signalization employee Kenny Norton, of Dayton, replaces a hi pressure street light on East Parkwood Street with a new more efficient light emitting diode (LED) light Wednesday, March 7. Norton has been replacing street lights with the new LED lights for a couple of months now. Norton said the city of Sidney is replacing all of its street lights with the new LED lights which will save money. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News