Letter: Light pollution is a problem in Rochester

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Would the leaders of Rochester consider a non-upward streetlight system in further upgrades? Light pollution has become an issue for star-gazers in Rochester for quite some time. 

I understand that cities such as Lake City regulate light leak.

Rick Dahl, Rochester

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