Goshen RDC votes to split cost of light replacement study

Sep. 14—GOSHEN — The city redevelopment board will split the cost of studying what it will take to replace the downtown streetlights.

The Goshen Redevelopment Commission voted 3-1 Tuesday to cover half the cost of a study on replacing the decorative lights downtown. The board heard in July that around 80 lamps could stand to be replaced, due to age and the difficulty of finding parts, at an estimated cost of $400,000.