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Just now, David van Harn said:

The street light on the lane next to my house has been burned out for over 2 years. 

The one in front of the house only took a year to be replaced.

Have you reported the problem, David?

There is an I.D. number on every pole. Taking a picture makes it easy.

 

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On 5/4/2016 at 2:55 PM, Keith Woolford said:

There is an I.D. number on every pole. Taking a picture makes it easy.

I just went out and looked for an ID number on the pole of our streetlight that has been out for a couple of months.  There is nothing on the pole, no ID number.  The only way we could get a hanging line repaired is to catch the guys and show them when they came to work on something else.  Many phone calls got no response.  I guess that is how we will have to get the light bulb changed.

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22 hours ago, Roger B said:

David

If the company does not repair the pole in a normal time you could report this incident to the ASEP.  It is like the ACODECO for the utilities companies.

 

 

Actually, the streetlight that is not working is down the short dead-end lane on the way to some small houses of my Panamanian neighbors.  If they want it replaced, I assume that they know how to notify the utility company.  

The light in front of my casa is working properly. 

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