Council Approves New Street Lights In Six Subdivisions
The city will spend $88k for Ameren Missouri to install new street lights.
The Maryland Heights City Council voted unanimously to approve the cost of 79 street light replacements in six subdivisions. A memorandum from City Administrator Mark Levin indicates Ameren Missouri estimated the total cost to replace the lights as $87,347.
The Council approved an $88,000 expense.
The six subdivisions that will receive new lights are Grandview Hills, Pearl City, Pinehurst—North, Pinehurst—South, Smiley Place, and West haven. Levin’s memorandum indicates city staff has also asked Ameren Missouri to repaint many of the existing fiberglass poles; the company would do this at no additional charge.
Here's a break-down of how many of the 79 street lights Ameren Missouri will install in each subdivision.
- Grandview Hills: 15 street lights
- Pearl City: Two street lights
- Pinehurst—North: 18 street lights
- Pinehust—South: 18 street lights
- Smiley Place: 16 street lights
- West Haven: 10 street lights
The next Maryland Heights City Council meeting is set for July 5.