Street lamp illumination is a waste
THIS week I have been driving daily to visit an elderly ex-parishioner of mine in Linton, a route which takes me down the Little Walden Road at approximately lunch time.
And every day I have noticed a street lamp fully illuminated near the junction with Limefields.
I can see no apparent reason for this to be functioning in broad daylight, day in day out, and frankly I am quite perturbed our council can allow such blatantly wasteful practises in these alleged times of austerity.
Whatever happened to saving energy and saving money, never mind the environment?
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