What does a majority consist of?
A majority consists of at least 50% plus 1 of the property owners within the area covered by the proposed SLID. Each SLID is different. In some cases a property may have multiple owners. For example, 10 properties are proposed to be with a SLID, five of the ten properties have two owners. The total number of owners is 15 and in order to form a SLID, eight of the owners would need to sign the petition.

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Q: What is a SLID?
Q: Why has a SLID not been formed in my neighborhood?
Q: What roadways are applicable under a SLID?
Q: How can my property secure a SLID?
Q: What does a majority consist of?
Q: What happens after the signatures are received?
Q: What happens if not enough signatures are received?
Q: What is the cost to the property owner?
Q: How is the cost of the streetlight within a SLID divided among the property owners within that SLID?
Q: Is there a maximum amount of money I would pay toward a SLID?
Q: Who has been paying for the street lights so far?