NYCHA gets new lights to boost safety

NYCHA has completed the installation of new lighting at complexes in Brooklyn in an effort to increase safety.



Anthony Sosa, the tenant association president who has lived at the Ingersoll Houses for more than 50 years, says the new LED fixtures are getting the job done.



The lights are just one part of the mayor's action plan on public safety. It aims to address physical conditions that increase crime and also social and economic circumstances.



The program includes 15 NYCHA complexes, including four in Brooklyn.


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