New street lights went up on Cherokee Road Friday. City electrical workers parked their bucket truck in the center lane between Young Acres and the Central Alabama Community College campus and reached across a lane of moving traffic to install the lights. Here Randy Moe works in the overhead bucket while Stephen Caldwell directs from the CACC hillside. | Kenneth Boone

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New lights go up on Cherokee Road

Published 9:20am Saturday, February 16, 2013

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