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Roane County Schools is hoping solar-powered speed-zone lights will save money.
In May, the Board of Education voted to install four of the lights at the new Dyllis Springs Elementary School. More could be installed at other schools if the savings is clear.
Board Member Wade McCullough asked maintenance director Robert Jones if he had any record on the reliability of the solar-powered speed-zone lights.
Jones answered no.
“I’m still for this to give it a shot because it could save us quite a bit of money,” McCullough responded.
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