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Things are getting merry — or at least bright — on Lula’s Main Street
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A snow machine blows fake snow onto a light during the Christmas in Lula Parade and Festival on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018. - photo by Austin Steele

Downtown Lula will be getting a little brighter.

The Lula City Council unanimously voted on Monday to install four new street lights on Main Street through downtown, going from the Cobb Street intersection, near Lula Grocery and Amanda’s Farm to Fork, to the Athens Street intersection, near Lula Veterans Park.

The improvements will cost the city about $72 a month.

City Manager Dennis Bergin said Monday the public may not realize how expensive street lights can be — the city spends about $27,000 annually.

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