Chicago’s Smart Lighting Program is modernizing the city’s street light system and moving away from the yellow glow the old lights gave off.

A report published Tuesday by Chicago Inspector General Joseph Ferguson seized on the City Council’s approval of the Smart Lighting Program as an example of problems the office has observed when it comes to communication and transparency with aldermen over items that require their vote.

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