Lowville projects brighten future

Among the many projects the Lowville village board worked on this summer is a grant for a number of improvements to Veteran’s Park, including freshening up the playground. An anonymous donor has also agreed to provide another set of playground equipment to add. Julie Abbass/Watertown Daily Times

LOWVILLE — The village has had a busy summer of completing improvements and laying the groundwork for new projects. One of those improvements — the installation of LED street lights — has already shown its worth with lower electricity bills for the municipality.

Mayor Joseph G. Beagle said that since the installation of the LED street lights was largely completed in the spring, the village has been billed for about $4,000 less each month than last year when the old fixtures were being used.

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