Why are the lights turned off in downtown Little Falls?

The Little Falls Area Chamber of Commerce has found it necessary to turn off the white lights that outline the buildings throughout downtown Little Falls.

The lights are 12 years old and need more and more maintenance each year.

Currently, many of the controllers have failed and will have to be replaced.

Volunteers can no longer walk across the roofs of the downtown buildings or hang over the edges of these same buildings. Most of the work must be done with a boom truck.

Little Falls organizations are being asked to help keep the lights lit. Anyone wishing to assist in doing repairs, or in keeping the lights lit can call the Chamber of Commerce office at 632-5155.

Volunteers will also be needed to work with the building owners and come up with ideas to pay for the new lights. Donations and raffles paid for the old lights.

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