In 1807 the first lanterns were installed for public urban lighting.
The bank also helped fund the construction of the new Métropolitain underground system and the installation of public lighting in the capital.
Visibility nil-the big bosses never bothered much with public lighting.
In the new position, he coordinated infrastructure issues household utilities, roads, transport, public lighting, funeral services, and the village green.
Local residents who live on the other side of the island have no access to telephones, public lighting or running water.
Around 1837-1840, public lighting was introduced on the main street.
Likewise, 53% of the houses are on unpaved streets and 26% have no public lighting.
Their first responsibility was the public lighting and a gasworks was immediately erected at a cost of £1421.
Of these homes, 61% have running water, 95% are in areas with public lighting and 49% have public drainage.
The capital got its first public lighting.