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MANCHESTER REJECTS DISTRICT AUDITOR'S LIGHTING ORDER

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Manchester City Council's highways and cleansing committee has rejected a recommendation from the district auditor ...
Manchester City Council's highways and cleansing committee has rejected a recommendation from the district auditor which says that street light bulbs should be changed every three years instead of every two.

Committee member John Gilmore said: 'This is a man with no electrical qualifications telling our experienced engineers how to run a street lighting service.'

The committee says that if the district auditor gets his way, Manchester will have ill-lit and dangerous streets.
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