Department of Transportation to conduct inspection to determine if light on Dekalb Avenue is necessary

Residents on Dekalb Avenue have expressed concerns over how dark the streets have become without a street light.

Residents on Dekalb Avenue have expressed concerns over how dark the streets have become without a street light. (11/7/13)

THE BRONX - The Department of Transportation is now conducting a field inspection in a Bronx neighborhood that has been without a street light for over a year.

Residents on Dekalb Avenue in Norwood have expressed concerns over how dark the streets have become without the assistance of a light. The previous light was removed last year and has not been replaced.

The DOT will determine whether another light is needed in the neighborhood.

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