I wanted to clarify the last part of a great article regarding the $87,000 for light poles. What has been explained to me is that Del Webb insisted on having the concrete aggregate light poles that now exist all around the Anthem loop. The agreement then with the City was that they would maintain the street lights as they would on any other public roadway. However, because the street poles that Del Webb insisted on were not standard for the City to install, the deal made with the City is that Del Webb would supply the light poles and the City would maintain them and install them. This deal then fell to ACC. Most often the poles need to be replaced when a vehicle crashes into them. If a police report is filed and the driver is known an insurance claim will be made for the cost of the pole. Thus, ACC will be reimbursed in this manner for most of the poles that are lost due to this reason. My understanding is that the City’s inventory was down to about 3 or 4 spare poles and their inventory needed to replenished. The bottom line is that the City is supplying the street lighting but because of the special poles required by Del Webb, ACC now is obligated to buy the poles for the City.