Metroplex spending $40K to upgrade light displays in Schenectady

February 15, 2022

BY CHAD ARNOLD, The Daily Gazette

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — The Schenectady County Metroplex Development Authority will spend $40,000 on new technology that will better coordinate colorful LED light displays featured on a number of prominent fixtures throughout downtown.

The development authority’s board voted last week to purchase a theatrical lighting control unit from BMI Supplies of Queensbury that would centralize control of the light displays that drench in color a number of downtown structures, including the City Hall clock tower, Proctors and rail bridges that pass over State Street and Erie Boulevard.

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