Sevastopol state administration advises to stay at home after midnight
by Oleg Smirnov
Sevastopol has begun to turn off street lights at midnight since October, 1st.
As the city state administration chairman Sergei KUNITSYN explained, it is done to economize around 30 thousand grivnas ($3700) per month. Kunitsyn issued an order in September to begin the shutdown of streetlights at midnight.
“We advise to all citizens of Sevastopol to stay at home after midnight and not to go into the streets till 5 a.m. Then everything will be O.K.”, said vice-chairman of Sevastopol state administrarion, Miroslav SAGAIDAK.
Street lights are being turned on from 5 a.m till 7 a.m daily.
The routine of electricity economy in Sevastopol will last until spring 2010.