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New petition requests lights on East Campus streets

Dec 4, 2014
KBIA

It is too dark in the East Campus Neighborhoods in Columbia according to MU student Sarah Sprick who has started a petition to get more street lights in the area because of increasing rates of attacks, rapes and sexual assaults.

Columbia Water and Light Department Spokeswoman Connie Kacprowicz, says street lightning can be a controversial subject.

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Columbia Water and Light Advisory board members approved a trial burn of a new renewable energy source for the city on Wednesday morning.

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The City of Columbia is encouraging people to turn off the lights in their homes and buildings this Saturday in celebration of the annual Earth Hour event. Earth Hour is a global program that promotes energy savings, and Columbia has participated in it each year since 2008.

Power outages sweep the east coast

Oct 30, 2012
Power Plant towers
KBIA

A group of twelve linemen from Columbia Water and Light arrived in Cleveland, Ohio this afternoon to help restore power to more than 50,000 customers affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Columbia deemed "city to watch" by nonprofit group

Jul 23, 2012
climatesolutions.org

The City of Columbia has been highlighted as a “city to watch” by a nonprofit group based in several northwestern states.