In this case, Beeson’s complaint is being addressed, county officials said. County workers will drive the route at night to look for potential trouble spots due to the lack of lighting. They will then make a determination if more lights are needed. If more lighting is needed, the county will contact TECO and will pay to have more streetlights installed.
Beeson feels if those changes are made, her walks will make her, and everyone else in the community, much safer.