Street Light Won't Pipe Down

Clarence Mon,
Director of PIA

An old wrought iron street lamp stands downtown Amherst in the field between the rotary and the nunnery. Experts date it all the way back to 1940. Trapped in its times, it is known to cat call and heckle passersby from a distance. When asked to be curious or at least quiet down, it refused, citing the clause 39 of the Magna Carta.

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