Cleveland City Council Approves Controversial Lighting Plan
Aug 25, 2010 Cleveland City Council has approved a controversial plan to buy millions of dollars worth of LED lights for the city.
The city will ask for bids from companies to provide the lights, in exchange for locating its plant here, but not everyone is sold on this idea.
The city's mayor, Frank Jackson, previously attempted to make a deal with a chinese company for the exclusive contract in exchange for opening a manufacturing plant. However, the city council required that there be a competitive bidding process for the contract.
The person who served as the go-between with the Chinese company was apparently part owner of the Chinese company's North American operations. Mayor Jackson hoped the Chinese company would still consider working with the city.
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