Are your lights out? Are you in the dark?

After an incredibly busy time over the past few months dealing with the water crisis, Redmond is now back on track. His next mission is to document and report all the non-working street lights in Kenton. This, he believes, is better done en masse and not as individual reports.

If you know of a street light that is not illuminating – or which stays on all day – then:

  1. Take note of the numbers on the street light – photograph the numbers if you can.
  2. Give a location i.e. on the corner of Parker and Ocean Roads.
  3. Send them by email (subject line Street Light Report) to Redmond on admin@kentonratepayers.co.za

This little light of mine
I’m gonna let it shine
This little light of mine
I’m gonna let it shine
This little light of mine
I’m gonna let it shine
Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine


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