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Ceremony Held Celebrating Completion Of Phase 1 Of Ramapo’s Groundbreaking Streetlight Initiative

The Town of Ramapo and the New York Power Authority held a ceremony Tuesday morning heralding the installation of a streetlight, which marked the completion of the first phase of an ambitious project to replace 1,500 old streetlights with new, state-of-the-art fixtures.

The new streetlights, which are all LED and provide far more luminescence than those being replaced, are now being installed in Phase 2 of the project.

In all, the initiative is expected to install over 3,500 new streetlights throughout Ramapo, including in numerous areas that had not previously had lighting.

Today’s ceremony was graced by the presence of several local elected officials. These included Rockland County Executive, Ed Day; Town of Ramapo Supervisor, Michael Specht; Deputy Supervisor, Brendel Logan; Chief of Staff, Mona Montal; Ramapo OEP Director, Josh Hans, accompanied by his partner, Yossi Margeratten; Town of Ramapo Highway Superintendent, Fred Brinn; Ramapo Police Chief, Marty Reilly; Spring Valley Trustee, Yisroel Eisenbach; and representatives from the NYS Power Authority.

As Monsey Scoop previously reported, Town of Ramapo Supervisor Michael B. Specht, the visionary behind the project, said the initiative would enhance the safety of all residents and visitors to the town.

“This will help ensure the safety of our residents and visitors as they traverse our roadways,” he said at the initiative’s unveiling.

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