San Jacinto city accepts $186,548 light bill rebate from WRCOG

“This is really making us a safer place,” Crystal Ruiz, mayor pro tem of San Jacinto, said, applauding the city’s purchase and retrofitting of more than 1,800 streetlights from Southern California Edison at the April 20 San Jacinto city council meeting. The city manager Rob Johnson and council members before the meeting accepted a $186,548 rebate check from Daniel Soltero, senior analyst of Western Riverside Council of Governments, for the savings in the streetlight purchase over the past year. WRCOG is the initiating agency who proposed area cities in the region buy the power poles in their city from Southern California Edison and place new LED lamps in the lights to improve visibility at night and reduce costs for all the cities’ electric utility users. Eleven cities chose
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