YAKIMA, Wash. -- Yakima caught flak for poor craftsmanship on the Christmas lights in downtown. Crews started reorganizing the lights on the trees on Tuesday. They're re-doing the lights from 9th Street to 7th Avenue. Lights were on 150 trees, but now they're putting them on every other tree. It costs taxpayers $2,600.
"Everybody's used to lights at this time of year, more lights, more prettier," said Adythe Yellowowl.
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