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This City Had Their Streetlights Repossessed. Now Some Are Getting Light Thanks To Solar Power

To say Highland Park has seen better days is an understatement. Highland Park, a 2.98 square mile enclave city centered around Woodward Avenue is where Ford and Chrysler made thousands of cars, has been ravaged by the economic downturn and de-industrialization of America. In 2011 to help solve a financial crisis where the city of Highland Park owed $4 million to DTE Energy it did not have, the bulk of streetlights – 1,400 poles, lights and and everything – were removed from the city. Altho...

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